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Old 04-13-2003, 04:01 PM
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You shouldn't pull the cluster out without undoing the speedo cable first! Stretching the cable will likely result in a bouncy needle. The best method, unfortunately is a bit longer, but is the easiest overall. Remove the under dash panel. If you can get your hands (if they're small enough) up to the speedo connector, then undo the cable. Then you should be able to push the cluster from behind without using the hooks except as a last resort. If you can't reach it, it helps to remove any plastic a/c ducting that runs from the center console to the side vents. The ducting is press fit onto flanges at each end, so it's not a big deal to remove them. That should give evena ham fisted guy a clean shot at the cluster and speedo cable.
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