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How to remove the dash board cluster on 2001 s500 mercedes

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I have problem with my cluster recently, at the beginning the light on the cluster was flickering and few weeks later the whole cluster light went off.

At the same time, when the cluster went out, many of the electrical functions fail as well; such as the electric trunk, signal blinker etc.....

I found the cluster on line, rebuilt unit for $400.00. but I like to to know how to pull the unit out.

I am opened for any suggestion. Your help will be very much appreciated.

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