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Where can I find an instrument cluster trim or bezel and a center console compartment door?

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We need year, make, model, colour. best guess now is an auto wrecker then an auto body repair shop.

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SOURCE: Instrument Cluster removal

you need to take off the steering column cover upper and lower halves to get two the two screws that are hidden under the rubber dust cover.thanks for using fixya!

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

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SOURCE: How to remove instrument cluster

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SOURCE: Digital Instrument cluster

check fuses first if fine take it to a service shop may b a body computer or know as a gem module

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replace part.

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SOURCE: 1992 Honda Accord (LX) Instrument Cluster Replacement

Same as 2 dr, or a stick.
There are bezel screws that hold the plastic trim (pointing up towards the windshield), you nee to remove these 2 screws. The bottom section is clipped in. Tilt the steering wheel down as far as it will go.
Once you have the bezel off, there are 4 screws holding the cluster to the dash. Remove them and gently pull the cluster forward. Reach around (expect to get scraped knuckles) and unclip the speedo cable, and two large multipin connectors. Don't force anything.
Getting the cluster out after this point is a test of your patience. It only seems to come out one particular way.

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2006 Pontiac grand prix where is the blend door actuator mode at




  1. Remove the right instrument panel (I/P) insulator. Refer to Instrument Panel Insulator Panel Replacement - Right Side in Instrument Panel, Gages, and Console.


  2. Remove the I/P compartment. Refer to Instrument Panel Compartment Replacement in Instrument Panel, Gages, and Console.

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  4. Remove the screws that secure the mode actuator (1) to the HVAC module assembly.


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Instrument Panel Insulator Panel Replacement - Right Side



Remove 3 fasteners. Rotate the lamp. Remove the lamp from the insulator. Remove the insulator.



Instrument Panel Compartment Replacement



Using the finger opening, remove the access hole cover from the right instrument panel (I/P) compartment



Pull the I/P outboard trim plate rearward in order to release the retainers. Remove the I/P trim plate. Open the I/P compartment



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Pull the I/P accessory trim plate rearward slightly for access to the I/P inboard trim plate. Refer to Instrument Panel Accessory Trim Plate Replacement .

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How to get airbag module out of dash on my 98gmc 1500


Remove the instrument panel. Refer to Instrument Panel Carrier Replacement in Instrument Panel, Gauges and Console. Remove the fasteners (5) (4) that retain the inflatable restraint IP module to the instrument panel (3). Remove the inflatable restraint module (2) from the instrument panel (3). Fully deploy the module before disposal. If the module was replaced under warranty, fully deploy and dispose of the module after the required retention period. Refer to Inflator Module Handling, Shipping, and Scrapping .
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Caution: Unless directed otherwise, the ignition and start switch must be in the OFF or LOCK position, and all electrical loads must be OFF before servicing any electrical component. Disconnect the negative battery cable to prevent an electrical spark should a tool or equipment come in contact with an exposed electrical terminal. Failure to follow these precautions may result in personal injury and/or damage to the vehicle or its components.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable(s).
  2. Disable the SIR system. Refer to Disabling the SIR System in SIR.
  3. Remove the three relay center bolts from the underside of the wheel opening.
  4. Remove the bulkhead connector.
  5. Remove the following components from the bulkhead connector:
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    The screws from the convenience center to the cowl


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    The cruise control harness (if equipped)


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    The forward lamp harness


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    The SIR system harness


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    The relay center

  7. Remove the coolant reservoir. Refer Coolant Recovery Reservoir Replacement in Engine Cooling.
  8. Disconnect the antenna lead-in and the grommet.
  9. Remove the knee bolster. Refer to Knee Bolster Replacement .
  10. Remove the steering shaft pinch bolt.
  11. Remove the left and the right sill plate front screw.
  12. Remove the left and the right hinge pillar trim panels. Refer to Body Hinge Pillar Trim Panel Replacement in Interior Trim.
  13. Remove the brake release handle from the cable.
  14. The clip releases the handle from the cable.
  15. Remove the reaction plate assembly.
  16. Remove the tie bar.
  17. Remove the knee deflector bracket.
  18. Disconnect the 8-way column connector.
  19. Disconnect the 48-way connector retainer in order to access the two lower column nuts.
  20. Disconnect the shift cable (Automatic transmission).
  21. Remove the steering column from the vehicle.
  22. Remove the shift levers.
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    Remove the manual transmission shift lever (if equipped).

  24. Remove the front floor console, if necessary.
  25. Remove the left and the right lower IP pivot bolts.
  26. Remove the IP storage compartment door. Remove the IP storage compartment.
    Squeeze the compartment in order to release the compartment.
    Remove the two IP attaching bolts through the storage compartment door
    1. Remove the center support screw.
    2. Remove the three IP upper support screws.
    3. Remove the IP from the front of the dash.
    4. Disconnect the park brake lever. Refer to Park Brake Lever Assembly Replacement in Parking Brake.
    5. Disconnect the following electrical connectors as necessary:
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      The sensing and diagnostic module (SDM)


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      The Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning module (HVACM)


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      The 22-way engine harness


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      The stoplamp switch


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      The vehicle speed sensor (VSS) calibrator module


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      The clutch or brake release switches


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      The electronic accelerator (Diesel)


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      The HVAC control cables (if equipped)

    7. Remove the IP from the vehicle.
    To this point, the IP removal is complete. If the IP is being replaced or refinished.
    Remove the accessory switch(es) as necessary. Remove the instrument cluster bezel. Refer to Instrument Panel Cluster Trim Plate Bezel Replacement . Remove the headlamp switch. Remove the HVAC control assembly.
    4.1.
    Disconnect the electrical connectors.


    4.2.
    Disconnect the cables (if equipped).

    Remove the instrument cluster screws and the cluster. Refer to Instrument Cluster Replacement .
    Remove the IP storage compartment.
    Squeeze the compartment in order to release the compartment.
    Remove the IP storage compartment lamp.
    Slide the compartment in order to release the compartment.
    Remove the low coolant module (Diesel only). Remove the data link connector (DLC).
    20.1.
    Remove the one screw.


    20.2.
    Slide the DLC out.

    Remove the harness retainer to accessory switches. Remove the fuse panel and the courtesy lamp switch. Remove the ground screw. Remove the harness from the IP. Remove the jumper harness to the remote playback device (if equipped). Remove the courtesy lamp switches. Remove the side window defogger outlets. Remove the park brake cable clips. Remove both of the air outlet deflectors

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How do I replace an instrument cluster bulb


it's a piece of cake.All you do is unsnap the radio/a/c bezel remove the screw's from the bottom of the cluster bezel and the cluster bezel will unsnap off the cluster and there is like 4 screws holding the cluster in.Then the bulbs just twist in and out. TRIM PLATE BEZEL REPLACEMENT - INSTRUMENT PANEL (I/P) CLUSTER REMOVAL PROCEDURE 1. Pull out on the accessory trim plate in order to release the retaining fasteners. 2. Disconnect the accessory trim plate electrical connector(s). 3. Remove the screw retaining the cluster trim plate to the center trim panel. 4. Lift up on the cluster trim plate to release the retaining fasteners. 5. Remove the cluster trim plate. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE 1. Align the retaining fasteners with the center trim panel. 2. Push on the outer edge of the cluster trim plate in order to secure the retaining fasteners. 3. Install the screw retaining the cluster trim plate to the center trim panel. NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions. Tighten the cluster trim plate screw to 2.5 N.m (22 lb in) . 4. Connect the accessory trim plate electrical connector(s). 5. Align the retaining fasteners with the I/P. 6. Push on the outer edge of the accessory trim plate in order to secure the retaining fasteners.tedww_1.jpgtedww_0.jpgtedww.jpg

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How hard Is It To change a heator core or should I say How Long will It take


Removing the instrument panel from a vehicle is generally a complicated process. There are several external parts you first need to disconnect, like trim panels and the steering wheel. However, because some internal components like the heater core are stored behind the instrument panel, replacing them requires removing the instrument panel (and the necessary external parts before it). The exact process can always vary for each model vehicle, but there is a general process to keep in mind for most models.
  • 1 Make sure the wheels on the vehicle are facing straight ahead and lock the steering column. Disconnect the negative battery cable from inside the engine. If the vehicle has air bags, wait at least two minutes for them to discharge.
  • 2 Disconnect the trim panels surrounding the door frames. Many of these can be pried off with a trim tool; others might be screwed on with the screws needing to be removed.
  • 3 Remove the center console if there is one by prying off all its trim bezels, unscrewing and removing the trim panels and removing all fasteners (some may be concealed, like under the floor of the console glove box).
  • 4 Detach and remove the steering wheel. Disconnect the air bag from the wheel by loosening the Torx screws mounting it to the wheel and disconnect the electrical connectors. Mark the steering shaft's relationship to the hub, remove any bolts securing the shaft and use a puller to disconnect the wheel.
  • 5 Remove the instrument cluster above the steering column. Remove the cluster bezel by removing any pushpins and clips holding it in place. Remove the mounting screws at the top, then pry the panel off its bottom clips with the trim tool, pull out the cluster and disconnect the electrical connectors.
  • 6 Remove the glove box from the passenger side. Open the box and remove any screws at the corners, then squeeze the sides to clear the stoppers and pull it out. Disconnect the electrical connector for the passenger air bag if there is one and detach the air bag module.
  • 7 Pry out and remove all other trim panels attached to the instrument panel. Remove all the air conditioner/heater/defroster vents.
  • 8 Lift the instrument panel up and towards the rear of the vehicle--this will likely require an assistant's help. Disconnect any other electrical connectors you see, then carry the panel out the driver's side door.

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    Dec 12, 2010 | 2001 Oldsmobile Silhouette

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    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
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    3. Remove the cluster trim plate, as follows. Fig. 1: View of the cluster trim plate (1), instrument panel (2), dimmer switch lead (3), fog lamp switch (4), and mounting screws (5) - Chevrolet Malibu shown 93206g21.gif
      Fig. 2: View of the cluster trim plate screws (1), cluster trim plate (2), and instrument panel assembly (3) - Oldsmobile Cutlass shown 93206g22.gif
      1. Remove the bezel from the ignition switch. Fig. 3: Remove the bezel from the ignition switch 93206p24.jpg

      2. Remove the screws fastening the cluster trim plate.
      3. Gently pry out the trim plate.
      4. Detach the hazard and instrument panel electrical connectors and remove the trim plate.
    4. Remove the four screws attaching the instrument cluster to the dash panel.
    5. Pull the cluster rearward and detach the electrical connections, then remove the cluster from the vehicle. Fig. 4: Exploded view of the instrument cluster assembly 93206g23.gif
      To install:
    6. Attach the cluster electrical connectors and position the cluster into the instrument panel recess.
    7. Install the screws into the instrument cluster and dash. Tighten the screws until fully driven, seated, not stripped.
    8. Install the cluster trim plate, using the reverse of the removal procedure.
    9. Enable the SIR system as outlined in this section.
    10. Connect the negative battery cable.
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    Nov 09, 2010 | 2001 Chevrolet Malibu

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    I need to know how to disassembly the instrument panel of f-150 1997


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    Disconnect the Ford's negative battery cable. Turn the truck's front wheels straight ahead and then lock the steering column. Remove the A-pillars' trim by removing the screw covers and then unscrewing the mounting fasteners.

    Remove the center console if equipped by unfastening the nearby trim panels, prying off the shifter trim panel, disconnecting the shifter cable and unfastening the console. Remove the steering wheel, then unfasten and remove the steering column covers, starting with the lower cover.

    Remove the instrument cluster. Unscrew and pry off the knee bolster with the aid of a flat-blade tool, then unscrew and remove the instrument cluster bezel in a similar way. Disconnect the electrical connectors, remove the cluster's mounting bolts and remove the cluster--you'll need to disconnect the gear position indicator on an automatic transmission.

    Remove the glove box by opening the door, pressing on the sides of the compartment bin together, pulling the door down and removing the fasteners at the bottom. Remove the center brace cover, center bezel and upper finish panel by removing their fasteners or prying them off their clips.

    Detach the end caps to the panel with a trim stick or flat-bladed tool, then detach the hood release by removing its screw. Pry off the scuff plates and kick panels from the door frame. Pry up the defrost grilles with the same flat tool.

    Disconnect the steering column shaft. Disconnect the electrical connectors from the column's harness, detach the shift cable and transmission indicator cable if you have automatic transmission, remove the pinch bolt from the intermediate shaft coupler and separate the intermediate shaft from the steering shaft.

    Disconnect all remaining electrical connectors to the panel and unbolt all fasteners for the panel around the top, left and right sides and the ends along with the brackets at the center. Lift and pull the panel away from the windshield with an assistant's help, disconnect all remaining connectors and carry the panel out the driver's door.

    Good luck.

    Nov 07, 2010 | 1997 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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    2006 hhr to take out ignition switch out


    Removal & Installation

    1. Disable the SIR system.


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    Remove the Instrument Panel (I/P) center trim panel by releasing the retaining fasteners

    1. Remove the Instrument Panel (I/P) center trim panel (1) by pulling out on the trim panel in order to release the retaining fasteners (2).
    2. Disconnect the electrical connectors on the Instrument Panel (I/P) center trim panel (1).

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    Remove the steering column opening filler assembly, with clip, & bumper

    3. Remove the steering column opening filler assembly (1) by pulling away the clips (2).
    4. Disconnect the electrical connector for the trunk release.


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    Remove the Instrument Panel (I/P) left side trim panel

    1. Remove the Instrument Panel (I/P) left side trim panel (1).
    2. Tilt the steering wheel up.
    3. Disconnect the I/P dimmer switch and, if equipped, the fog lamp switch.

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    Remove the 4 bezel screws (2) & the Instrument Panel (I/P) cluster bezel assembly (1)

    1. Tilt the steering wheel down.
    2. Remove the 4 instrument panel cluster bezel screws.
    3. Remove the instrument panel cluster bezel.

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    Remove the steering column trim covers: steering column upper cover assembly, steering column left cover assembly, & steering column right cover assembly

    Remove the steering column trim covers:
    • Remove the 3 cover screws (4).
    • Remove the steering column upper cover assembly (1).
    • Remove the steering column left cover assembly (2).
    • Remove the steering column right cover assembly (3).


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    Removal of the ignition switch

    1. Disconnect the ignition switch harness connector.
    1. WARNING
    The ignition switch must be in the run position during removal in order to avoid damage to the ignition switch.

    1. Turn the ignition switch to the run position.
    2. Remove the ignition switch screws.
    3. Remove the ignition switch from the steering column.
    To install:
    1. Install the ignition switch and screws on to the steering column. Tighten the screws to 17 inch lbs. (2 Nm).
    2. Connect the ignition switch harness connector.
    3. Installation is the reverse of removal procedure.
    4. Tighten the trim cover screws to 17 inch lbs. (2 Nm)
    5. Tighten the 4 instrument panel cluster bezel screws to 19 inch lbs. (2 Nm)
    6. Enable the SIR system. Refer to Air Bag (Supplemental Restraint System), arming the system.
      NOTE If the ignition switch is replaced and a learn procedure is not performed, the engine will crank but not start or will start and stall immediately.

    7. Perform the vehicle theft deterrent system learn procedure.

    Mar 12, 2010 | 2006 Chevrolet HHR

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    the instructions are as follows:-- The dash on a Ford is made up of numerous trim panels that help contain the instrument panel, cluster and other components. You will likely need to remove any to all dash panels to work on any parts in the front of the truck, and you will need to remove some panels first to remove others. Please note that the removal procedure can vary greatly depending on the model year of your car. 1) Disconnect the truck's negative battery cable by peeling back the insulator if one is equipped and loosening the clamp nut for the black cable with a wrench. Set this cable aside so it won't accidentally come into contact with the battery post during the dash removal.2Remove the driver's-side knee bolster by removing the two screws located at the bottom (they should require a Phillips-head screwdriver) and prying around the top of the panel with a trim stick, flat screwdriver or other dull, flat-bladed tool to release the panel from its clips.3)Unscrew the screws for the instrument cluster bezel, which surrounds the cluster and steering column; these screws are at the two lower corners. Use the trim stick to release the bezel's clips at the top end, pry it off and disconnect any electrical connectors attached to it. You may need to remove the steering wheel in order to remove this bezel.4)Work the trim stick or other flat tool around the entire edge of the instrument panel center bezel--which surrounds the stereo and heater/air conditioner controls--to release it from its clips. This one panel has no screws to remove.5)Remove the screws for the upper finish panel, which aren't accessible until you remove the instrument panel bezel, and remove the panel from the dash.6)Open up the glove compartment door. Press the two sides of the compartment inward until until its bumpers clear the stops. Remove the fasteners at the bottom of the box to remove the glove compartment.7)Remove the pushpin fasteners that secure the center brace cover at the bottom of the panel and remove the panel. This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya

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    Electrical problem under dash How do I remove dash?


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    2. Disable the Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) system.
    3. Carefully pry upward, using a small, flat-bladed tool, to remove the defroster grille.
    4. Remove the Sunload and Headlamp Auto Control sensors from the defroster grille.
    5. Working through the defroster grille opening, remove 3 upper trim panel retaining screws.
    6. Remove the heater/air conditioning vents from the front of the instrument panel by releasing the tab on each side from inside the vent and pulling out.
    7. Working through the vent openings, remove 4 upper trim panel retaining screws and remove the upper trim panel.
    8. Remove the instrument cluster.
    9. Remove the right and left A/C vent trim panels.
    10. Open the trap door in the rear of the glove compartment and remove the passenger inflatable restraint wiring connector from the retaining clip on the rear of the glove compartment assembly.
    11. Remove the 4 glove compartment-to-instrument panel retaining screws.
    12. Pull the glove compartment assembly outward enough to access the wiring connectors for the glove compartment switches. Label and detach the wiring connectors.
    13. Remove the glove compartment assembly from the instrument panel.
    14. Remove the retaining screws and courtesy lamps from the right and left sound insulators and remove the sound insulators.
    15. Remove the steering column opening filler trim by grasping at the front and rear edges and pulling downward.
    16. Remove the 4 retaining bolts and the steering column opening bracket.
    17. If equipped with full console, remove the console.
    18. If equipped with mini console, remove the radio.
    19. Remove the headlamp switch module.
    20. Remove the 2 bolts and the hood latch release.
    21. Move the driver's seat to its full rearward position.
    22. Remove the steering column.
    23. Remove the 8 instrument panel retaining screws, detach the wiring connector at each side of the instrument panel, and remove the shims at the lower mounting screws.
    24. Remove the instrument panel with the aid of an assistant.
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    2. Attach the wiring connector at each side of the instrument panel, install the shims and the 8 instrument panel retaining screws.
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    4. Install the hood latch release with the 2 bolts.
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    11. Push the glove compartment into place and install the retaining screws.
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    14. Install the instrument cluster.
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    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Remove the ashtray.
    3. Unfasten the accessory trim plate screws, then remove the accessory trim plate.
    4. Remove the glove box door strap, then remove the glove box hinge screws.
    5. Remove the glove box door frame.
    6. Loosen the ashtray support screws, then remove the ashtray support.
    7. Remove the glove box.
    8. Unfasten the radio bracket bushing nut, then remove the radio.
    9. Disconnect the speaker grille screws, then remove the speaker grilles.
    10. Loosen the speaker retainers, then remove the front radio speakers.
    11. Unfasten the sound insulation panel screws, then remove the sound insulation panels.
    12. Loosen the steering column filler screws, then remove the steering column filler.
    13. Disconnect the hood release cable.
    14. Disconnect the shift indicator cable from the column bowl.
    15. Disconnect the steering column support nuts, then lower the steering column. For details regarding this procedure, please refer to of this guide.
    16. Unfasten the switch plate trim screw, then remove the switch trim plate.
    17. Disengage the electrical wiring harness from the rear defogger and the light switches.
    18. Disconnect the heater and A/C control.
    19. Disconnect the cluster housing bezel mounting nuts, then remove the bezel.
    20. Remove the instrument cluster from the vehicle. Disconnect and allow to hang:
    21. The speedometer instrument panel electrical connector and the Vehicle Speed Sensor connector
    22. The courtesy lamps and the cruise control module
    23. The horn relay, multi-function alarm and the flasher assembly
    24. If necessary, remove the applicable computer control module.
    25. Remove the instrument panel-to-cowl mounts:
      1. Unfasten the screws from under the panel.
      2. Remove the instrument panel support.
      3. Unfasten the screws in the defroster outlets.
      4. Remove the ductwork, dash plugs, wire looms, and heater cables attached to the panel.
    26. Disengage any electrical connections/wires routed through the instrument panel, then remove the instrument panel from the vehicle.
    To install:
    1. Install the instrument panel assembly to the cowl, carefully routing and connecting the electrical wires and cables.
    2. Connect the instrument panel-to-cowl mounts:
      1. Connect the ductwork, dash plugs, wire looms, and heater cables to the instrument panel.
      2. Secure the screws in the defroster outlets.
      3. Install the instrument panel support, then fasten the screws (located under the panel).
    3. Install the computer control module, if removed.
    4. Install the instrument cluster. Reconnect and mount:
    5. The speedometer and Vehicle Speed Sensor electrical connectors
    6. The flasher assembly, multi-function alarm, and horn relay
    7. The cruise control module and the courtesy lamps
    8. Install the cluster housing bezel using the mounting nuts. Tighten the nuts to 12 inch lbs. (1.4 Nm).
    9. Install the heater and A/C control.
    10. Engage the rear defogger and light switch electrical harness.
    11. Install the switch trim plate using the retaining screw. Tighten the screw to 12 inch lbs. (1.4 Nm).
    12. Raise the steering column to the mounting bracket, then install the steering column support nuts.
    13. Install the shift indicator column to the column bowl, making sure that the indicator is aligned.
    14. Connect the hood release cable.
    15. Install the steering column filler panel using the retaining screws. Tighten the screws to 14 inch lbs. (1.6 Nm).
    16. Install the sound insulation panels using the retaining screws. Tighten the screws to 14 inch lbs. (1.6 Nm).
    17. Install the front radio speakers and speaker retainers, then connect the speaker grilles using the retaining screws. Tighten the screws to 12 inch lbs. (1.4 Nm).
    18. Install the radio and tighten the fastener to 12 inch lbs. (1.4 Nm).
    19. Install the glove compartment, then install the ashtray support using the retaining screws. Tighten the screws to 12 inch lbs. (1.4 Nm).
    20. Install the glove compartment door frame, door and door hinge screws. Tighten the screws to 12 inch lbs. (1.4 Nm).
    21. Install the glove compartment door strap.
    22. Install the accessory trim plate using the retaining screws. Tighten the screws to 12 inch lbs. (1.4 Nm).
    23. Install the ashtray, then connect the negative battery cable.

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