dashboard lampjes 190D

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Hoi en alvast bedankt voor reacties in mijn mercedes 190D bj. 92 zijn een aantal lampjes in het dasboard aan vervanging toe. Kan ik dit zelf doen en hoe krijg ik het open
Gr Jan
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Jan de Vries wrote:

This is an international newsgroup, please post in English.
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Roughly translated:
Jan says hi, she/he has a 92 190D and wants to know how to change the dashcluster lights,and wants to know if it can be done by him/her self and how to access the back of cluster!
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sorry,not a 92 190D,just 190D
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CaptainW116 wrote:

yes a 92 I think
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Perhaps you should learn Dutch?
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cp wrote:

Ik spreek en schrijf al vloeiend Nederlands. Mijn punt is echter dat men in internationale nieuwsgroepen een gedeelde taal hoort te hanteren. Dat standpunt is niet kortzichtig en bekrompen maar juist het gevolg van even doordenken. Hoe nuttig zou een nieuwsgroep zijn waarin honderden talen door elkaar geschreven worden? Bedenk even dat ca. 20 miljoen mensen Nederlands spreken en schrijven (ca. 0.003% van de wereldbevolking) en dat zo goed als alle Nederlanders de Engelse taal voldoende machtig zijn om simpele vragen in nieuwsgroepen te stellen.
As you can see I've put some thought in this matter. If you prefer I could post exclusively in Dutch in the future, but I have the sneaking suspicion that would not help communications, OTOH perhaps your Dutch is better than my English ;).
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I don't speak a word of Dutch but I understood 2/3 of the above :-)

Yeh, I figured later that you did speak Dutch :-)
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The lamps (bulbs) that illuminate the instrument panel are located at the back of the cluster and it would have to be removed to change them. Perhaps testing the dimmer knob first would be in order. Many owners, particularly second owners, don't realize that the trip odomter reset knob can be twisted to adjust the intensity of the cluster lighting.
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Yep...happened to me...
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My question: > back of the cluster and it would have to be removed to change them. How to remove the dashboard?

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My question: > back of the cluster and it would have to be removed to change them. How to remove the dashboard?

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My question: > back of the cluster and it would have to be removed to change them. How to remove the dashboard?

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Mercedes suggests using "pulling hooks" that are wire hooks with plastic handles to yank the instrument cluster from the dash. That method will almost guarantee that the speedo cable will be stretched and the needle will bounce at low speed.
My method is to remove the under dash panel. Then remove the black plastic air ducting that connects the center console to the driver's side vent. The ducting is snap fit into place and easy to remove and replace. With the ducting out of the way, feel for the speedo cable end and undo it before pushing the cluster assembly out towards the steering wheel. The steering wheel does not have to be removed. The wiring to the back of the cluster is unique plug coded so there is no chance to reattach the wires improperly. On pre-85 cars, the oil pressure gauge was fed with a "live" oil line, but later models are electric.
There are two wedge bulbs that provide illumination for the cluster. It's a good ideal to change out the other warning lamps at the same time.
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Thanks for advise MTI Greetings Jan

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My question: > back of the cluster and it would have to be removed to change them. How to remove the dashboard?

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How can i remove dashboard

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How can i remove dashboard

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How can i remove dashboard

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MTI wrote:

and this first owner.......on his second benz and after 100k miles in the second one.....oops
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