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Help on removing dials fascia

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My 3 year old son managed to crack the clear plastic cover on the both the centre and right hand side dials in the instrument binnacle (2003 986S) with a Power Ranger (don't ask!!).

I have bought a new cover for the dials (it comprises the 3 plastic covers for the dials + the opaque plastic that covers the warning lights section) and now need to fit it.

Can anyone advise me how I remove the existing cover (it is all in one piece - the 3 dials and the opaque warning light cover). It looks like I have to remove both the hazard lights switch and the temperature sensor to do this. I would be grateful if anyone can confirm this, and give me instructions on how to do this such that I don't end up damaging the surround.



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Here it is on an old style cluster. http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...amp;#entry22673

You have the new style but it is much the same.

Perfect, just what I was looking for. Did it yesterday & took me about than an hour.

(quite scary when the dash is in bits all over the car & you hope that it will all go back together again!!)


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