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How do you change the intstrument cluster on a 1996 Honda accord All the screws have been removed on the face panel of the dash but it is still attached behind the temp dials?

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2007-06-06 04:42:37
2007-06-06 04:42:37

there are two screws above the radio so you have to remove the radio

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