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I just used this to replace the lights in my instrument cluster. I had no troubles whatsoever! Took 45 minutes to take apart the dash panels, 3 minutes to change the stupid bulbs! If anyone needs to know, it takes six 194 bulbs.
connector plugging into a plastic receptacle to no where
On one of your slides you mention there is a plug/connector on the right side of panel that needs to be removed. Any idea what that plug is for. On mine it just plugs into a plastic receptacle. Any idea what it would be for. Awesome post also, worked great, only had a hard time removing the gear shift indicator. Thank you
I found this post while looking for information and "how-to" on removing the dash on a 1995 Explorer. Though originally written for a 1998 year model, OVER 13 YEARS AGO, the write-up is well done and pertinent to the 1994 year model Ford Explorer w\ 4-wheel drive\ 3 speed auto\ OD. My thanks to these "old" forum members. I hope they are alive and well!