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You will have to take apart the steering column bezel along with a few other components around the gauges, but you will not have to remove the entire dash. You can not get inside of the gauges from the front so removal is necessary for bulb replacement. For detailed instructions on removing and installing the gauge cluster, just let me know if your vehicle is equipped with the electronic transmission range indicator or the manual transmission range indicator (this is the letters D, R, N, P etc. For gear selection).
Ironically I just had to remove mine from my vehicle to replace the engine light bulb, hehe.
Hope this helps.
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Tuesday, January 6th, 2009 AT 12:33 AM