On Oct 1, 1:54 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It is so easy.
1) Remove the 2 wood-grain looking parts with your fingers
2) Remove about 3 screws holding the entire main dash, then remove it
with your fingers. I had to put the gearshift in drive to get it out
of the way.
3) remove the screws around the cluster. It is just plugged in, no
speedometer cable. The only thing left is the string to move the
I would rethink if the speedometer is the problem. I think everything
is controlled through the computer. I know the gas gauge is. If you
drive too far with your turn signal on, the computer turns on the
I only removed the dash cluster enough to put a piece of foil over the
check engine light. I keep getting the code for fuel vapor
evaporation, and despite a new gas tank, fuel gauge sender, fuel pump
and gas cap I can not find the cause.
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