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Releasing the speedo clock pod 4 years 8 months ago #176257

The outer cowl of the dials is held in with 4 screws, two shorter ones here


and here


and two others here


and here


You can now ease the cowl forward to swivel the cowl anti clockwise and out of the way. It may require a bit of wiggling This means you don't have to remove the steering wheel or disconnect the mirror control and dimmer switch





The instruments are also held by 4 screws, two here


and here


two here


and here


It is now possible to pull the instrument pod forward. This allows you to change bulbs etc.


As usual replace by reversing these instructions. Top tip - use a magnetic screwdriver. losing one of those screws into the depths of the dash is a pain!
David
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Releasing the speedo clock pod 1 year 2 months ago #193924

Hi David I can’t download the pictures, can you help?. The binnacle on my car rattles so I’m trying to remove it to see how it can be re-secured.

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Releasing the speedo clock pod 1 year 2 months ago #193926

Try this How to thread #32225 explains binnacle removal which is the first step. Broken binnacle mounting tabs is a common problem

https://www.the-t-bar.com/forum/54-how-tos/32225-binnacle-repair?start=0#32225

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