Question about Chrysler Cirrus
Pop off the radio/HVAC bezel/trim it just snaps off and on, remove the screws under the bezel/trim.
Pop off the fuse panel cover on the driver's side end of the dash, remove the screws.
Tug on the dash hood - it's one big piece, and remove it.
Unscrew the cluster.
Disconnect the two plugs.
Reverse to replace. about a 1/2 hour job
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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