If you are talking about the instrument guage cluster this is easy. Simply remove the two 7mm screws that hold the guage bezel . These are located in the top of the guage bezel. Pry the bottom of the guage bezel loose with a screwdriver. It should pop out easily. Pop off the upper steering column cover (it snaps on) and tilt the sterring column down all the way to provide more clearance for the guage pod removal. Disconnect the trip odometer switch wire and remove the bezel.
Remove the four 7mm screws that hold in the instrument guage pod and unplug the wiring harness. Tilt the guage pod backwards and remove it.
There is no such car as a 2005 buick alero?? Did you mean oldsmobile??
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 relay panel on the 2000 Oldsmobile Alero is under the steering column and above the brake pedal. The relay pops out with a screwdriver.
it is in the fuse panel in the drvers door jamb .gmjim
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.
How do I take the back panel off
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.
The ecu is located on the left side of the car behind the fuse panel.You have to remove the kick panel and it is tucked up in there .It takes a little to get get it out but it will come out.
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
How do you remove the instrument panel in a 1998 Ford Expedition 5.4 Engine
Behind left side of Instrument Panel, above the fuse block. I am told you must remove the dash to get to it.
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.
Maybe part of the hazard warning module - if not just unplug old and plug in new you have to take out the instrument panel and then unscrew the three bolts from the dash. it requires a short ended screw driver.
It is not in the fuse box. It is located behind the center of instrument panel.
try a screwdriver
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.
with a hammer
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
The fuse for the blinkers on 2000 oldsmobile alero is in the driver's side fuse box, on the left side of the dash. It will be labelled TURN LPS, just remove the whole panel and you will find the fuse.
no you have to remove fuel tank