We remove the instrument cluster when removing the instrument panel, steering column and when replacing.
The instrument cluster is not repairable; in case of a malfunction, we replace it as an assembly.
Tools required: Torx T20 wrench, plastic spudger and screwdriver set.
Preparing the car for the task.
Disconnect the negative battery terminal.
Remove the steering column covers (article - Design and replacement of Renault Duster paddle shifters)
Remove the lining of the instrument panel console
We pry off the right decorative trim of the instrument panel with a screwdriver
Remove the overlay, overcoming the resistance of the clamps
Location of clips on the right instrument panel trim
Use a screwdriver to pry off the left decorative trim of the instrument panel
Remove the decorative overlay, overcoming the resistance of the clamps
Location of the clips on the left instrument panel trim
We press the bottom trim of the visor with a screwdriver, disengage the three latches and the guide pin from engagement with the visor
Remove the overlay, removing the two guide pins of the overlay from the holes of the left and right decorative overlays
Location of latches 1 and guide pins 2 on the lower trim of the visor.
Hand pulling the left trim of the visor
Remove the decorative overlay, overcoming the resistance of the clamps.
We also remove the right decorative trim of the instrument panel visor
Using the Torx T20 wrench, unscrew the four screws securing the instrument cluster.
Displaying the combination from the dashboard
And, pressing the lock of the wire block, disconnect the black block from the instrument cluster from the instrument cluster
We also disconnect the gray wire block from the instrument cluster
Remove the instrument cluster
The LED signaling devices installed in the instrument cluster are soldered to the board and cannot be replaced.
If the signaling devices fail, we replace the instrument cluster.
Install the instrument cluster in reverse order.