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How do you reprogram cluster in 1996 grand am 3.1

I changed the instrument panel in the car and now the car does not start ,how do I fix the problem?

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Hi you will have to recode with a scaner

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  1. Remove the instrument cluster trim plate.
  2. Remove the instrument cluster mounting screws.
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