[DML] Re: Removing Clock
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[DML] Re: Removing Clock



I will make 2 assumptions here. 1 you have a manual transmission, and 
2. your clock is mounted on the panel cover assembly by the gearshift.
Personally, I have a Manual Transmission automobile and i needed to 
replace the shift boot, as well as the metal plate in which the clock 
and the rheostat resides.

If you have a manual transmission and your vin is lower than 006159, 
1. Disconnect the power from the battery.
2. unscrew the shift ball. 
3.There are 2 screws near the power window buttons remove those.
4. Lift up the panel cover assembly from the back (of the car) to the 
front (of the car). 
5. Turn it over.
6. Locate the clock.
7. Remove the wires (they should unclip/slide off) you can figure it 
out, and remember where they fit
6. There should be 2 either screws or bolts holding on the clock. 
Remove them.
7. Put in the new clock or block the hole or buy panel cover assembly 
with no clock hole. Not really sure what you want to do.
8. If you are putting in a new clock, insert the clock with the two 
pin/pen buttons towards the rear of the automobile.
9. Reconnect the wires.
10. Re-Insert the panel cover assembly
11. Re-place the shift ball back on the shifter
12. Reconnnect the power


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "tuxr" <tuxdarby@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Can the clock be removed without taking alot apart?  Does it pop 
out 
> somehow?
>









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