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How To: Take off dash and gauge cluster

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How To: Take off dash and gauge cluster

Postby MMamdouh » Tue Feb 02, 2010 3:39 pm

you will need a flat end screw driver and cross end screw driver

1- pop the electric mirror control panel with a flat end screw driver then detach its socket (if you don't have that accessory then you will have a cup shaped plastic trim... put your for fingers in it and pop it out of place

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2- remove both screws behind the mirror control panel/plastic trim

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3- turn the steering wheel 90 degrees to the right and remove the screw behind the wheel shown in the pic

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4- turn the wheel 180 degree to the left and remove the other screw shown in pic

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5- remove the upper part of the steering column trim by pulling it upwards

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6- remove the two screws in the top of the gauge area

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7- open the cup holder and pop the bottom of the H shaped trim around the cassette by fingers

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8- remove the upper part of the H trim by hand

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9- remove the screws of both the cassette and the plastic trim underneath it

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10- drag the cassette to the outside

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11- remove both lower screws of the A/C control panel

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12- pull the bottom of the A/C panel to the outside then move it downwards

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13- remove both screws at the bottom of the dash

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14- pull the whole dash to the outside, note that you will have to detach the sockets of the hazard light and the clock/rear fog light (if equipped)

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15- clear the steering wheel and remove the dash face out of the way

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16- remove all 4 screws holding the gauge cluster

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17- tilt the cluster face down and remove the 3 sockets in its back

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18- clear the steering wheel and remove the whole cluster

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