Question about 1988 Ford F 250
Once you remove all the bolts/screws from around the cluster then you have to wiggle it forward just a little bit...enough to get your hand behind it
with your hand behind the cluster you then disconnect the wiring connectors and the speedometer cable
with the speedometer cable you have to feel for the "soft spot" of the connector...its at the end of the cable and feels like a little bump on the base...
squeeze this and pull the cable away from the speedometer
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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