There are 5 screws located under the edge of the dash facing the front seats. There are two more screws located under the speaker covers. A flat blade screw driver can be used to pry up the speaker covers. Once all of these screws are removed, simply pull the dashboard cover toward you a few inches at which point it can be lifted out of the way. Removal of the instrument cluster is fairly obvious. There is a wiring harness that unplugs from the top. You have to squeeze the tabs on the connector and pry it up from the socket. After removing the four screws that hold it in place, be careful not to lift it too far because the shifter indicator (park, reverse, neutral, drive, etc.) is still attached. To completely free the instrument cluster, remove the two screws from the bottom of the cluster and gently remove the shifter indicator. At this point the cluster is free and can be further disassmbled if necessary or simply replaced.
The 1997 Buick Skylark computer is located behind the passenger side dashboard. You will need to remove the passenger side kick plate in order to access the computer.
The 1994 Buick engine control computer is located behind the passenger side dashboard. You will need to remove the glovebox in order to access the computer.
A 2004 Buick does not have a speedometer cable. The speedometer signal comes from electronic sensors.
there is a screw on either side of the dash where the doors open remove them and gently pull the dash out
Remove the fuel tank to gain access to it.
Speedometer cables can dry out over time. Remove the cable from the back of the speedometer, and lube the cable with graphite. This should fix the issue.
On a fuel injected Buick you must remove the fuel tank in order to access the fuel pump.
The VSS sensor on the '87 Buick Grand National is connected to the speedometer. You have the remove the dash to gain access to it. There you will find the three wire connection into the rear panel. The little green box is attached to the fire wall, the female end connects to the speedometer. You have to disconnect the speedometer cable under the hood for slack when pulling out. Remove dash trim, and lower steering column. This will make it easy to remove the speedometer. The speedometer is plug and play. Just pull it straight forward it will come out after you remove the screws. There you will find the connection of the VSS sensor follow the three connection down to the module "Green Box". Once you locate the VSS sensor there you will find it's connected by two separate plugins. One black and one white. Very easy to attach. Reverse process to complete installation.
Open the drivers door and look at the side of the dashboard. This is your access to the fuse box.
Located in fuel tank - remove tank to access
Located in the fuel tank - probably have to remove for access
Remove the entire headlight assembly to gain access to the bulbs.
Located in the fuel tank - may have to remove for access.
On the dashboard
There is an access cover just under the ignition cylinder. Remove this to remove the stuck key.
The 1996 Buick Century horn relay switch is located behind the dashboard. The relay switch will be on the drivers side of the dashboard.
If there is an access panel, yes. You will find that there is no access panel and that you must remove the tank.
On the passenger side of the dashboard there is a fusebox, open the passenger door and remove the fuse box cover on the side of the dashboard. There is one single screw that you need to take out, and the rest of the dashboard pulls straight out. Then locate your radio and take out the couple of screws. Pull out wiring harness off the back of your radio and it will come out.
Located in the fuel tank. Most likely will have to remove for access
speedometer--vehicle speed sensor is in trans near pass side axle
there is a black trim panel over the a/c controls-this pops out and there are 4 screws behind the panel. remove these screws and voila--the stero is accessible.
There is an access panel in the trunk you have to remove the carpet then you'll see the panel.
I have to replace the drivers side door handle on a 2006 Buick Lucerne. How do I remove the panel to access the bolts on the handle. (Like most panels there isn't visible screws to remove the panel.
You don't remove the dash. You remove the part of the dash that surrounds the radio, thus giving you access to the radio.
Behind the dashboard