I suppose the 94 is like my 95. If you're unaware of the procedure for this, find some long nails that roughly match the diameter of the four holes and insert them. You'll have to disconnect the cable that links the gearshift to the gear display It's just a loop that unhooks. The plexiglass cover is held on by 7 brass screws. What moved us to create this video are often asked questions about fit. Be careful, this piece is also held on by push on clips at the top that can break pretty easy, to my chagrin! Then there is a ring with holes around it that comes off. Even as it rolled off the assembly line, it looked like it was capable of handling nearly anything sent its way, with its broad track and appreciable ground clearance.
Hello and welcome to Click Your Part, and thank you for for visiting our shop. I used ScratchX by Meguiar's and a drill based polishing pad to clean it. Then lift up and towards you making sure to pay attention to the the door release since that will have to slide through the … panel itself. The rest can be taken off with a nut driver or socket. The Lens is in good used with no cracks, but will need a light cleaning. Or, examine the part in person at your nearest Advance Auto Parts location. If you don't see any screws, carefully pry just a little bit on each corner of the trim cover to see if it comes loose fairly easily.
I tried various cleaners to remove the grime, but they didn't work. You will need a large socket avalible from most auto parts to remove the outer bearing locking ring. Armed with an Edelbrock 4-barrel carb and exhaling into a pair of short tube headers, the engine is running very strong, firing up promptly with a turn of the key, pulling with plenty of power and combining with the Bronco's ample ground clearance to make it a force to be reckoned with on rugged terrain. The 3-speed automatic transmission shifts with slip free precision and the lever unleashing 4-wheel drive sits within easy reach of the driver. From time to time we have openings and when we do, we'll post those positions here. Take your time and slide the axle thru the spindle.
The storage area behind the back seat is in good order and with the liftgate in its lowered position you can see that it's looking clean as well. Connect the battery cable, and check the operation of all gauges, lights and signals. You need to take the gauges out and take the cluster apart to get to the inside of the cover. When you do get it loose,the spindle will slide off. Using needle nose pliers, remove the inner gear that locks the hub in 4x4. Or if you have a desired color that you want in your instrament pannel, go to auto zone and the have these flexable strip lights you can wire into the headlight swich, its a little easier and it looks cool too!!! Disconnect the negative battery cable. Take the dash trim off.
You only have to remove the individual componets that are illuminated, like the heater control head and instrument cluster. All you need for this is an awl. The installation is the reverse of the removal. It will probably take 2 to 3 hours. Remove the thumbwheel bracket scr … ew from the cable bracket and slide the bracket out of the slot in the steering column tube. I have noticed with several of these if a certain bulb goes out, they all go out, like the old xmas tree lights. Don't be afraid to turn them.
Be care not to damage the small needle bearing that is in the inner part of the spindle. If you break them, Gorilla Glue works pretty good at repairing them, but it takes a long time to set up and it foams, so you might have to trim away some of the glue to make things fit properly. Just beyond the factory-issue steering wheel sits a dash area that is in unusually clean shape: the collection of gauges in its instrument cluster are nice and clear and even the woodgrain accent surrounding it - often the first spot to succumb to age and sun exposure - looks pretty fresh. Housing is solid with all mounting points intact. The whole thing will pull out enough for you to unplug the electrical leads and separate the whole thing. Reinstallation should be obvious, once you've gone through the removal steps. Today we'd like to get into detail about instrument clusters by Ford F, E and Bronco Series.
That will expose the spindle. Then you'll be able to … see the large locking ring that holds the bearings in. Sometimes they are very hard to turn. Gauges are all clean with no fade needles do show some light fading. There should be a c-clip around the axle you need to remove.
Maybe a manual from a parts store will have the correct procedure for this. You need not worry about holding the inner bolt head with a wrench, they will hold theirself. But, You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. It is a fairly good size job. This cluster is being sold in as is condition This cluster has the red printed circuit and 2. It is removed with the same large socket. Each piece will have a bezel or trim piece around it.