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Old 08-02-2012, 06:23 PM
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First Post Might As Well Be A Question!

Hey PZ Guys! It's my first time posting on a prelude forum! just a quick question to ask the general populace about something for my lude, i'm trying to get the gauge cluster out of the dash but i can't find the screws or whatever the hell it is holding it on, i've got an '89 2.0 4WS Si and it's my second lude now, any help would be much appreciated also check out my pics! =D

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Re: First Post Might As Well Be A Question!

I just want to say welcome, and nice pics! There should be a few resources and folks on this forum that help out, good luck!
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Re: First Post Might As Well Be A Question!

step 1, remove the 3 screws on the top underside of the cluster, outside your glass.
2, remove the 2 covers inbetween your windshield and gauge cluster thingy ma bob and there will be 2 screws to remove
3, pull out the dimmer switch for the gauge lights (the entire boxy thingy ) then do the same for the right, they are square shape that hold the switches, use a small flat head
4, pull those 2 screws out under the two square thingies
5 yank the front portion of the cluster pod cage (lets call it a frame) and disconnect all your switches (cruise, sun roof, hazards ect..)
6, move the wires out of the way and their should be 2 screws on either side of the cluster facing you.
7, pull off the hood of the frame (that'll be the hood of the entire gauge cluster but not the gauge cluster
8. pull up the gauge cluster and your going to have to untwist the speedo cable to get the cluster fully out.

I may have skipped a few screws but its from memory and should get you going
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You can find that information with pics/diagrams located here:
http://www.preludebible.com/service-...e-assembly.pdf
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Re: First Post Might As Well Be A Question!

Awesome guys thanks for the help I've just finished what I was doing with the cluster and ill upload some pics of it soon!
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