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I am trying to change the speedometer cluster and cannot get the dash trim removed> I have the left side loose but cant get the right side loose to access the speedo cluster. What is the secret

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There are 2 srews under the right side that you can only acces by removing the panel with radio etc.

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Remove the 2 screws under the bezel above the tach

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How to remove instrument cluster suzuki x90 ?


short answer, alldata.com ,log in read. it.

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old x90 very very rare car... and the service book x10 harder.
on 98s, they are hardest years, 1996 Suzuki put in huge changes to the dash of all cars. (side impact protection etc)
making service tad harder.
did you first look at the cluster there for screws, bingo?
see those 4 screws? they are in plain site......!!!
IF car has air bags defeat them first or risk INJURY !!!!!

here is the fsm quote.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Loosen the four retaining screws, then remove the instrument cluster trim bezel.
  3. Loosen the four retaining screws, then pull the instrument cluster away from the instrument panel until the back face of the cluster can be accessed.
  4. Detach the cable from the back of the speedometer. The speedometer cable is secured to the speedometer by one of two methods: a knurled nut, which can be loosened in a conventional manner; or a retaining latch, which must be depressed to disengage the cable from the speedometer. Also, detach the wiring harness connectors (there are three) from the cluster.
  5. Remove the cluster from the vehicle.
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Remove the body ignition fuse 14. Remove the steering column trim cover. Lower the steering column. Remove the five screws under the upper edge of the instrument cluster trim plate. Pull outward on the upper edge of the trim plate, working around the entire panel. The lower part is held in by trim clips, they can be stubborn. Disconnect all of the switch connectors behind the trim plate and remove it. Remove the screws holding the cluster in place, I believe there are four, maybe six. Pull the cluster forward, disconnect the electrical connectors (there is no speedometer cable) and pull it out.

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You will have to remove the cluster and change the bulb. First start with the fuse panel on the side of the dash and take it off driver's side. There is a panel on the passengers side also that comes out. Take the trim out around the radio gently.This piece extends all the way up to the speedometer. Even the glove box has to come out. After all of this is removed, you will be able to take out the instrument cluster. The bulb is a twist-in in the back of the cluster, you do not have to open it.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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The dashboard speedometer, works on and off, gas indicator on and off, heat indicator works properly. How to remedy that?


Remove dash trim around instrument cluster (pull, just double check no screws visible holding it.) and remove cluster from dash ( 4 screws) .
Disconnect plug at back and remove cluster. You'll see small flat spade terminals in where electrical plug was connected. Take a small pair of pliers or tweezers, and carefully give them all a slight twist,(not too much) just enough to make contact in connector better. Now put plug back on tight, re-install cluster, and trim and give it a try. Had one of my own, and I simply moved connector plug from back side of dash, to front (fed it through hole to front position) and allowed it to wedge in against dash where it was clipped, then re-assembled and it worked as well, but you may get better results with the slight twist on terminals, just go easy though.

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How do I change the dash lights in my 1997 ford crown victoria? I took out all the screws but still cant get the cover off to get to the bulbs. URG!!!


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Conventional Cluster Fig. 1: Remove the trim screw covers on the driver's and . . . 89606p41.jpg
Fig. 2: . . . passenger side of the instrument cluster 89606p42.jpg
Fig. 3: Remove the upper trim panel retaining screws 89606p43.jpg
Fig. 4: Remove the headlight switch knob 89606p44.jpg
Fig. 5: Detach the electrical connectors for the trim panel and remove it from the vehicle 89606p45.jpg
Fig. 6: Remove the instrument cluster retaining screws from either side of the cluster 89606p46.jpg
Fig. 7: Remove the transmission range indicator cable 89606p47.jpg
Fig. 8: Slide the cluster out and detach the electrical connectors and . . . 89606p48.jpg
Fig. 9: . . . . remove the instrument cluster from the vehicle 89606p49.jpg
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. On 1989 vehicles, disconnect the speedometer cable. On 1989 Crown Victoria and Grand Marquis, remove the headlight switch knob and shaft assembly.
  3. Remove the instrument cluster trim cover attaching screws and remove the trim cover.
  4. Except 1992-98 Grand Marquis, remove the lower steering column cover retaining screws and remove the lower cover. On 1992-98 Grand Marquis, remove the knee bolster retaining screws and remove the knee bolster.
  5. On all except 1992-98 Grand Marquis, remove the lower half of the steering column shroud.
  6. Remove the screw holding the transmission range indicator column bracket to the steering column. Detach the cable loop from the pin and cane shift lever. Remove the column bracket from the column.
  7. Remove the 4 cluster retaining screws. Disconnect the cluster feed plugs from the receptacle and remove the cluster assembly.
  8. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
Electronic Cluster NOTE: The electronics within the electronic instrument cluster are not serviceable. In the event of an electronic failure, the entire instrument cluster must be replaced or returned to the manufacturer for repair.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable and set the parking brake.
  2. Unsnap the center moulding on the left and right sides of the instrument panel. Remove the steering column cover and column shroud.
  3. Remove the knobs from the auto dim and auto lamp switches, if equipped. Remove the 13 screws retaining the instrument panel and pull the panel out.
  4. Move the shift lever to the 1 position, if required, for easier access.
  5. Detach the electrical connectors from the warning lamp module, switch module and center panel switches, if equipped.
  6. Remove the instrument cluster carefully so as not to scratch the cluster lens. Detach the electrical connector from the front of the cluster.
  7. Disconnect the transmission range indicator assembly from the cluster by carefully bending the bottom tab down and pulling the indicator assembly forward.
  8. Pull the cluster out and detach the electrical connectors on the rear of the cluster. Remove the instrument cluster.
  9. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
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There's 9 screws in the plastic piece that surrounds the instrument cluster and the lower knee guard, remove those screws and pull the plastic trim away from the dash, disconnect the switches on the left side as you pull outward. Then there's 4 screws that hold the actual instrument cluster in place, remove those and pull the cluster out, unplug the grey plug in the back of the instrument cluster and your done. You may need to set your parking brake and put your transmission in 1st gear of you have a column shifter model.

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My Speedometer and temp gauge are failing.They get stuck. Can you tell me how to fix it? Some people are saying that you have to remove the entire dashboard to get to it. I was also told that this is an...


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