looking at the plastic around the whole center control panel i found that i could pull the panel out carefuly from just below the void space there are no screws just some plugs and then unscrew the heater box the cable bracket may be cracked best of luck .liga in Ireland any one know where the fuel reset switch is no my 2002 nubira the passenger door wont open
the fuse panel on our 1999 nubira is on the left under the bonnet it's a black plastic box
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Remove the instrument panel cover. Remove the instrument panel retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the gauges. The instrument panel will come out.
The first step to remove a Daewoo immobilizer control unit is to disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the knee bolster panel and the instrument panel side cover. Unbolt the knee bolster and remove it. Unbolt the immobilizer unit. Finally, remove it and disconnect all electrical connectors.
A fuse box diagram for a 2001 Daewoo Nubira can be found on the inside of the panel cover of the fuse box. It can also be found in the owners manual to the car.
you remove it by taking the whole panel off - it is a moulded piece which is integrated into the door panel. there are small plastic screws - 2 located on the side of the panel and two located on the opposite side of the panel - just undo and carefully take the panel off. There is also a screw by the buttons for the electric windows. Hope this helps
Remove the instrument panel plastic cover. Remove the back cover of the instrument panel. The instrument panel lights will be visible and can be accessed.
It is very easy, first you need to remove the plastic dash cover around the instrument panel. You need to remove two screws located up in the instrument panel. Remove 4 screws and remove the instrument panel, disconet 3 electric plugs behind the instrument panel. After this you will have the instrument panel in your hand and you can check one by one each bulb. It have 2 differents bulbs.
remove plastic around instrument panel . remove screws from instrument panel then pull panel towards you to unplug it this will allow to get to dach lights
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You have to remove instrument panel and dash panel to get to radio simply unscrew all screws and remove.
Remove center stack bezel (radio, heater control), remove screws from instrument trim panel at ctr stack and remove instrument trim panel, remove dash top panel, replace speakers.
My 2000 Daewoo Nubira Sedan does NOT heat up to HOT, maybe warm if I leave it on for an hour full blast heat. The AC doesnt work either. Mainly this is because the panel on the dash that has the temperature controls has a loose wire or something and doesn't fully turn on. Though the air works, the lights in the panel don't turn on and thus the a/c and circulation buttons do not work. Maybe I need a new panel or thermostat for the car.
Disconnect the negative bat. terminal. Remove the instrument cluster. Remove the hood release cable. Remove the retaining screws and detatch the left and right lower dash panels. Remove the glove compartment and ashtray. Remove the heater control assembly. Remove the center console. Remove the steering column U bracket and lower the column and support it. Remove the defroster grille and the defroster ducts at each end of the instrument panel. Remove the upper and lower panel bolts at each end. Remove the panel frame from the floor bolts in the center. Remove the mounting bolts that attatch the instrument panel to the cowl at the base of the windshield. Pull the instrument panel back and disconnect all electrical fittings. Remove it from the door opening.
To remove the instrument panel from the 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse, carefully pull back the pod. Take care not to lose any of the clips.
See "Related Questions" below for a different set of instructionsDisconnect the negative battery cable.Disengage the instrument panel insulator from the instrument panel.Detach the wiring connector at the blower motor.Unsnap the instrument panel upper finish panel from the instrument panel.On vehicles equipped with autolamp, Detach the electrical connector from the light sensor amplifier.Unsnap and remove the instrument panel finish end panel from the right side of the instrument panel.Remove the 3 screws retaining the instrument panel to the upper cowl top panel.Remove the 2 screws at each right side of the instrument panel.Remove the 3 screws retaining the blower motor to the evaporator housing.Pull the instrument panel away from the cowl and remove the blower motor from the A/C evaporator housing.If required, separate the blower motor wheel from the blower motor by removing the retainer from the blower motor shaft and sliding the blower motor wheel off the blower motor shaft.
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Remove the instrument panel cover retaining screws. There are four screws that need to be removed. The instrument panel light bulb's will be visible. Push the light bulb in and turn at the same time to remove the light bulb.
remove the trim panel around the instrument cluster then remove cluster. On the back of instrument cluster are the bulbs just turn them half a turn and they come right out.
* Disable the airbag system * Remove the instrument panel trim plate * Remove the radio retaining screws * Pull out the radio and disconnect the electrical connections and antenna lead * Remove the radio from the instrument panel
Disconnect battery ground cable.Remove steering column cover, then the instrument panel reinforcement under steering column opening.Remove 2 nuts securing hood latch release handle mounting bracket to brake pedal support under steering column.Remove sound insulator from lower left side of instrument panel.Remove 2 steering column clamp attaching nuts and lower steering column to rest on front seat.Remove instrument panel pad attaching screws and the pad.Disconnect speedometer cable from speedometer.Remove console cover or tray.Remove 4 console switch panel cover attaching screws, then disconnect electrical connectors and remove switch panel.Remove console attaching screws, then disengage console from instrument panel and position aside.Remove 2 pins attaching glove compartment door straps to glove compartment and allow door to hang down on hinge.Remove instrument panel brace attaching bolt from glove compartment opening.Remove brake pedal support attaching nut from lower edge of instrument panel.Remove instrument panel brace attaching bolt from lower edge of instrument panel on left side of console extension.Remove instrument panel-to-cowl side panel attaching bolt from both sides of instrument panel.Support instrument panel and remove 3 instrument panel-to-cowl top panel attaching screws.Move instrument panel rearward, disconnect necessary electrical connectors and vacuum hoses, and rest panel on front seat.Drain cooling system, then disconnect hoses from heater core. Cover hoses and heater core tubes to prevent leakage.Remove 2 nuts securing heater case to dash panel from engine compartment.Working in passenger compartment, remove screws attaching heater case support bracket and air inlet duct support bracket to cowl top panel.Remove nut retaining bracket at left end of heater case to dash panel and nut securing bracket below case to dash panel.Pull heater case away from dash panel to gain access to heater core access cover attaching screws.Remove heater core access cover attaching screws and the cover.Remove heater core and seals from heater case.Remove the 2 seals from heater core tubes.Reverse procedure to install.
# Disconnect the negative battery cable # Remove the instrument panel center bezel # Remove the mounting screws and pull the radio out of the instrument panel # Disconnect the electrical connectors and the antenna lead and remove the radio from the car
you take out the two strews on the side, then the strew in the area of the window button pry off the panel
what you need to do is remove the panel which you will just have to pull its on by clips.The radio is screwed on so youll need a phillp to remove it.
Begin by removing the instrument panel cover. The instrument cluster will be held in place with for retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws and the instrument cluster will come out.