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1999 Dodge Durango Dashboard / Instrument Panel: Service and Repair Instrument Panel Assembly Replacement

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Filed Under (Dodge) by admin on 17-08-2010

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NOTE: Before starting this procedure, be certain to turn the steering wheel until the front wheels are in the straight-ahead position. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. Remove the trim from the right and left front door sills. Remove the trim from the left and right cowl side inner panels. Remove the steering column opening cover from the instrument panel. See: Steering Column Opening Cover and Knee Blocker Replacement Remove the two screws that secure the inside hood latch release handle to the instrument panel lower reinforcement and lower the release handle to the floor. Disconnect the driver side airbag module wire harness connector from the instrument panel wire harness at the instrument panel lower reinforcement. If the vehicle is so equipped, disconnect the overdrive lockout switch wire harness connector from the instrument panel wire harness near the instrument panel lower reinforcement. Remove the steering column from the vehicle, but do not remove the driver side airbag module, the steering wheel, or the switches from the steering column. Be certain that the steering wheel is locked and secured from rotation to prevent the loss of clockspring centering. Refer to Steering and Suspension/Steering/Steering Column/Service and Repair. See: Steering and Suspension/Steering/Steering Column/Service and Repair From under the driver side of the instrument panel, perform the following: a. Remove the screw from the center of the headlamp and dash to instrument panel bulkhead wire harness connector and disconnect the connector. b. Disconnect the two body wire harness connectors from the two instrument panel wire harness connectors that are secured to the outboard side of the instrument panel bulkhead connector. c. Disconnect the three wire harness connectors (one from the body wire harness, and two from the headlamp and dash wire harness) from the three junction block connector receptacles located closest to the dash panel. d. Unsnap the plastic retainer clip that secures the park brake release linkage rod to the lever on the back side of the park brake release handle and disengage the linkage rod end from the lever on the handle. e. Disconnect the instrument panel wire harness connector from the stop lamp switch connector receptacle. f. Disconnect the vacuum harness connector located near the left end of the heater-A/C housing. Remove the center support bracket from the instrument panel. See: Instrument Panel Center Support Bracket Replacement Remove the screw that secures the instrument panel wire harness ground eyelets to the left side of the Airbag Control Module (ACM) mount on the floor panel transmission tunnel. Disconnect the instrument panel wire harness connector from the ACM connector receptacle. Remove the glove box from the instrument panel. Refer to Body and Frame/Interior Trim/Glove Compartment/Service and Repair. See: Glove Compartment/Service and Repair Reaching through the instrument panel glove box opening, perform the following: a. Disconnect the two halves of the radio antenna coaxial cable connector near the center of the lower instrument panel glove box opening. b. Disengage the antenna half of the radio antenna coaxial cable from the retainer clip near the outboard side of the lower instrument panel glove box opening. c. Disconnect the blower motor wire harness connector located near the heater-A/C housing support brace on the inboard side of the instrument panel glove box opening. From under the passenger side of the instrument panel, perform the following: a. If the vehicle is so equipped, disconnect the two instrument panel wire harness connectors from the Infinity speaker amplifier connector receptacles on the right cowl side inner panel. b. Remove the nut that secures the instrument panel wire harness radio ground eyelet to the stud on the right cowl side inner panel. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Dashboard / Instrument Panel: Service and Repair Instrument Panel Assembly Replacement

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Filed Under (Jeep) by admin on 16-08-2010

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ATTEMPTING ANY STEERING WHEEL, STEERING COLUMN, OR INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS OR SERVICE. FAILURE TO TAKE THE PROPER PRECAUTIONS COULD RESULT IN ACCIDENTAL AIRBAG DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY. See: Restraint Systems/Air Bag Systems REMOVAL NOTE: Before starting this procedure, be certain to turn the steering wheel until the front wheels are in the straight-ahead position. 1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. 2. Remove the trim from the right and left A-pillars. See: Trim Panel/Service and Repair/A-Pillar 3. Remove the top cover from the instrument panel. See: Instrument Panel Top Cover Replacement 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Remove the four nuts that secure the instrument panel to the studs on the dash panel near the windshield fence line. Remove the scuff plates from the right and left front door sills. Remove the trim panels from the right and left inner cowl sides. Remove the console from the floor panel transmission tunnel. Remove the fuse cover from the junction block. Remove the cluster bezel from the instrument panel. Remove the steering column opening cover from the instrument panel. Remove the steering column bracket from the instrument panel steering column support bracket.

2008 Lincoln MKZ INSTRUMENT CLUSTER (IC) Removal

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Filed Under (Lincoln) by admin on 10-07-2010

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Removal All vehicles 1. If installing a new instrument cluster (IC), upload the module configuration to the scan tool. 2. Tilt the steering column to the lowest position. MKZ 3. Remove the 2 instrument cluster (IC) finish panel screws and the instrument cluster (IC) finish panel. 4. Remove the 2 screws and the instrument cluster (IC). Disconnect the electrical connector. Fusion, Milan 5. NOTE: The instrument cluster (IC) finish panel is held in place by spring clips located on the finish panel. Remove the instrument cluster (IC) finish panel. 6. NOTE: The top of the instrument cluster (IC) is a snap fit to the instrument panel. To ease removal of the instrument cluster (IC) insert a suitable tool between the instrument panel and the top of the instrument cluster (IC) and use a slight outward movement until the top of the instrument cluster (IC) is released. The instrument cluster (IC) can now be rotated outwards. Remove the 2 screws and the instrument cluster (IC). Disconnect the electrical connector. Installation MKZ 1. Position the instrument cluster (IC) in the instrument panel. Connect the electrical connector. Install the 2 screws. 2. Position the instrument cluster (IC) finish panel and install the 2 screws. Fusion, Milan 3. NOTE: Position the bottom portion of the instrument cluster (IC) on the instrument panel locator pins first then rotate the top of the instrument cluster (IC) into position. Position the instrument cluster (IC) in the instrument panel. Connect the electrical connector. Install the 2 screws. 4. Install the instrument cluster (IC) finish panel. All vehicles 5. If a new instrument cluster (IC) was installed, download the instrument cluster (IC) configuration information from the scan tool into the new instrument cluster (IC). 6. NOTE: If a new instrument cluster (IC) is installed, updated, or re-configured, the instrument cluster and the powertrain control module (PCM) require a parameter reset to allow the instrument cluster (IC) and the PCM to recognize each other. Failure to carry out the parameter reset to the instrument cluster (IC) and the PCM may result in a no start condition. If a new instrument cluster (IC) was installed, updated or reconfigured, carry out the parameter reset procedure. 7. NOTE: The vehicles integrated keys (or standard passive anti-theft system [PATS] keys) must be programmed to the new instrument cluster. If a new instrument cluster (IC) was installed, program the integrated keys.

1994 Lincoln Continental Electronic Instrument Cluster (EIC) Removal and Installation

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Filed Under (Lincoln) by admin on 07-02-2011

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If the actual vehicle mileage cannot be verified, the service center will supply a speedometer/odometer module with the odometer display preset to zero (“0″) miles and the service odometer segment (“s”) illuminated in the vicinity of the odometer display. In addition, an odometer mileage sticker is supplied with the replacement odometer. This sticker must display the estimated vehicle mileage and is to be affixed to the driver’s door. 1. Disconnect battery ground cable. 2. Position vehicle on a flat surface to prevent movement when shift control selector lever is out of position. 3. Turn ignition switch to unlock shift control selector lever and move lever down from front of EIC. 4. Tilt steering column down as far as possible. 5. Remove RH and LH instrument panel moulding (046A63) by pulling upward to unsnap two clips. Disconnect electrical connectors. Set instrument panel mouldings aside. 6. Remove five Torx® screws below instrument cluster that retain instrument panel finish panel (044D70) applique. 7. Unsnap instrument panel finish panel applique along top and pull instrument panel finish panel applique away from instrument panel (04320). 8. Disconnect switch assembly electrical connectors. Set instrument panel finish panel applique aside. 9. Remove three screws from bottom of instrument panel steering column cover (04459) (two screws on RH side, one screw on LH side). 10. Lift up top section of instrument panel steering column cover to undo a clip located on LH side near steering wheel (3600) . Separate upper section of steering wheel from side section near ignition switch . Slip upper section off shift control selector lever and housing (7210). 11. Remove four Torx® screws retaining instrument cluster to instrument panel . 12. Place clean, soft cloth on steering column shroud (3530) to prevent scratching front surface of instrument cluster as it is removed. 13. Tilt top of instrument cluster slightly toward rear of vehicle. Undo two snaps beneath instrument cluster retaining transmission control selector indicator in instrument cluster (column shift only). 14. Reach around to back of instrument cluster to unplug three connectors (two connectors in middle, and one on LH side). NOTE: The connectors have locking tabs that must be pressed in to unplug the connection. 15. Loosen two clips retaining transmission control selector indicator to instrument cluster (column shift only). 16. Pull transmission control selector indicator down and to the right to position it out of way (column shift only). 17. Push bottom of instrument cluster into instrument panel cavity. Tilt top of instrument cluster toward rear of vehicle. Pull instrument cluster up and out of cavity. 18. To install, reverse Removal procedure. NOTE: Fuel computer internal fuel economy values will be re-initialized after battery disconnect. Customer may notice a change in AVE ECON and DTE calculations from this. Accuracy will improve gradually as new fuel economy history is developed. This may take about 525 miles.

2003 Dodge Neon Instrument Panel Assembly

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Filed Under (Dodge) by admin on 28-10-2010

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DESCRIPTION The purpose of the dash gauges and indicator lamps is to keep the driver informed about the operating condition of the vehicle. If an abnormal condition occurs, the driver is informed by indicator lamp. The driver can seek service before damage occurs. Indicator lamps use ON/OFF switch functions for operation, while gauges use a sending unit or sensor. The Instrument Panel (Fig. 3) can be removed as an assembly after a few part are removed to allow access to the retaining bolts. There is one self-aligning bulkhead connector on the left underside of the instrument panel replacing most of the main harness connectors. Once removed, the instrument panel can be serviced for replacement. Most of the parts of the instrument panel can be replaced individually without removing the complete instrument panel assembly. REMOVAL 1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. 2. Push seats back to their full back position. 3. Using a trim stick (special tool #C-4755) or equivalent, gently pry out on left and right A-pillar trim moldings and remove. 4. Remove the instrument panel top cover. 5. Gently pull up on cluster bezel and remove from vehicle. 6. Remove two screws. Then gently pull rearward on left lower instrument panel cover and remove from vehicle. CAUTION: Lock the steering wheel in the straight ahead position. This will prevent clock spring damage when the steering wheel rotates freely. Remove steering column. Remove left and right instrument panel end covers. Remove left and right cowl side panels. Remove center console. Depress the sides of the Data Link Connector (DLC) and remove from instrument panel reinforcement. 12. Remove two center support mounting bolts. 13. Remove left and right A-pillar mounting bolts, two on each side. 14. Disconnect right side antenna connector. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 16. Disconnect two harness connectors to HVAC at right top instrument panel (Fig. 5). 17. Disconnect one left side harness connector at top left of instrument panel for vanity and rear view mirrors. 18. Pull off the HVAC control head knobs. 19. Remove both A/C outlet barrels. 20. Remove two screws retaining the top front of the center bezel. 21. Using a trim stick or equivalent, gently pry out on the instrument panel center bezel and remove. 22. Remove the two retaining screws to the HVAC control head. 23. Disconnect the one instrument panel wire harness connector. 24. Disconnect the one vacuum harness connector.