HOW TO REMOVE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER FROM DASH

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  • lingeringnow
  • 2000 Ford Taurus
  • 180,000 miles

How to remove instrument cluster from dash

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Wednesday, January 16th, 2013 AT 12:18 AM

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Removal & Installation (Floor Shift)

Disconnect negative battery cable. Tilt steering column to lowest position. Remove instrument cluster finish panel. Remove instrument cluster retaining screws. Pull top part of instrument cluster toward steering wheel.
Disconnect instrument cluster harness connectors. Remove instrument cluster. To install, reverse removal procedure.

Removal & Installation (Column Shift)

CAUTION: DO NOT use excessive force when installing radio remover. Excessive force will damage retaining clips and make control panel removal difficult.

1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Tilt steering column to lowest position. Remove upper and lower steering column covers. Remove instrument cluster finish panel. Push in Radio Remover (T87P 19061 A) into
integrated control panel face plate about 1.5" (38.1 mm) to release retaining clips. Disconnect integrated control panel harness connectors and remove integrated control panel.
2. Remove instrument cluster retaining screws. Disconnect transmission range indicator cable from column selector tube. Pull top part of instrument cluster toward steering wheel. Disconnect instrument cluster harness
connectors. Remove instrument cluster. To install, reverse removal procedure.

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