Remove & Disassemble Instrument Cluster for Dodge Caliber 2006-2009

This mini post show you guide on how to remove and disassemble instrument cluster for Dodge Caliber 2006-2009.This guide and many other cases please refer to:DashBook Pro v6.4 Dashboard Removal Tool Book Download

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Removing the instrument cluster

Remove center console holds snap of iron

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Unscrew the two screws

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Next,disassemble the lower trim on the left side (in the legs of the driver),it is necessary to unscrew the safety cushion for the knees have to Dodge,and the inside panel of 10 small key unscrew the two nuts.

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Unscrew the 2 screws

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Remove side plates on the right and left sides,unscrew the two screws on the left and marked the third from the top,which holds the top panel.

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Remove screw below

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Next you need to remove the passenger pillow,the same key to Dodge by himself plastic

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Unscrew the 3 screws in the upper glove box

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Poddevaem and carefully remove the trim nlay is near the windshield

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Unscrew the remaining screws

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Remove the upper trim

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Remove the 4 screws and remove the instrument cluster

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Access MC9S12H256,remove the back cover

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