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This is a discussion on Instrument Cluster Removal within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Can anybody help me with the correct way to remove the instrument cluster without damaging it? I have a 2013 ...

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    Instrument Cluster Removal

    Can anybody help me with the correct way to remove the instrument cluster without damaging it? I have a 2013 WRX looking to install a shift light and I will need to get behind the cluster in order to get the Tach Signal Wire.

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    I don't know how to remove it sorry. but I will give you a tip if touch your needles your speedometer or your RPM won't show correct numbers!!

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    Crowbar and a heat gun worked for me.

    You need to pull on shroud it feels like its not going to remove but it will. There are some yellow clips that may come off with them just make sure not to lose those.

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