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Subject: Re: Dash Lights
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org> "Michael Williams" writes:
> I need to replace some dash lights on my 89' 100. The Haynes manual
> (which only goes up to 1988) says that I need to remove the steering
> wheel to remove the instrument panel. For all you with experience, is
> this really necessary??
Phil Payne replies:
< Not only necessary, but very easy on a non-airbag car.
< But don't you need to shift the stalks as well? That's less easy - a
< diagonally-placed crosshead screw up a long hole.
I've pulled the instrument cluster out enough on my '91 200q20v; should be
similar on your 100. No need to pull the steering wheel or disable the
There is a trim strip around the steering wheel (2 philips screws); then
remove the trim strip across the base of the cluster (about 4 more philips
Put some masking tape or similar across the wood trim beneath the cluster,
otherwise it will get scraped up. Loosen a couple screws, and you can pull
the base of the cluster out far enough to unhook it, or just change the bulbs.
hth, chris miller, windham nh, email@example.com
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