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  • Stever@Edmunds 01/09/09 11:21 pm PST

    I don't see a drawing in my online resource. There's this:

    With Electronic Transmission Gear Indicator

    To Remove:

    1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable. Allow 2 minutes for the air bag power reserve to discharge.
    2. Remove the lower steering column cover.
    3. Remove the over steering column bezel mounting screw.
    4. Remove the clips attaching the over steering column bezel to the cluster bezel.
    5. If equipped with traction control, disconnect the connector and then remove the over steering column bezel from the vehicle, otherwise just remove the bezel.
    6. Remove the left end cover and then remove the screw at the left side of the cluster bezel.
    7. Remove the instrument cluster bezel mounting screws from each side of the steering column.
    8. Detach the clip securing the bezel to the instrument panel at the right vent louver.
    9. Disconnect the wiring and remove the instrument cluster bezel.
    10. Remove the instrument cluster mounting screws.
    11. Rotate the top of the cluster toward you and disconnect the wiring.
    12. Remove the instrument cluster from the dash.

    With Mechanical Transmission Gear Indicator

    To Remove:

    1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable. Allow 2 minutes for the air bag power reserve to discharge.
    2. Remove the lower steering column cover.
    3. Remove the knee blocker reinforcement.
    4. Disconnect the gear indicator cable from the shift lever.
    5. Remove the clip holding the cable to the mounting bracket.
    6. Remove the lower steering column cover.
    7. Remove the over steering column bezel mounting screw.
    8. Remove the clips attaching the over steering column bezel to the cluster bezel.
    9. If equipped with traction control, disconnect the connector and then remove the over steering column bezel from the vehicle, otherwise just remove the bezel.
    10. Remove the left end cover and then remove the screw at the left side of the cluster bezel.
    11. Remove the instrument cluster bezel mounting screws from each side of the steering column.
    12. Detach the clip securing the bezel to the instrument panel at the right vent louver.
    13. Disconnect the wiring and remove the instrument cluster bezel.
    14. Remove the four instrument cluster mounting screws.
    15. Rotate the top of the cluster toward yourself and disconnect the harness connector.
    16. Remove the instrument cluster making sure not to damage the indicator cable and guide tube.

    Source: http://www.carspace.com/guides/Online-R
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