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  1. Actually, the first plastic piece is a bit tricky. It has longer plastic lugs at the top (L&R) which insert down into the dash, and shorter ones at the bottom which go up, so just pulling can just make it hold on tighter. Use something to pull it downwards at the left and right sides until the lugs are clear, then pull outwards. Then push the whole thing directly up which disengages the top lugs, then slide it forwards to remove it as there are 2 longer plastic 'sliders' at the top in the centre. Hope this helps.
  2. Many thanks for such a complete answer. Cheersthanksalot. :thankyou:
  3. I need to replace a fauly cluster in my '05 987 which has clearly been tampered with by the previous owner. I am happy to remove the old cluster myself and I can buy a brand new one online much cheaper than from the dealer. If I do this will the new cluster automatically reset to the correct odometer reading etc or do I have to have this set beforehand. Same applies if I come across a good 2nd hand cluster set - will it automatically reset to my car's values or do I have to have this changed first (?or after install?). Many thanks.
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