Removing the instrument cluster on a 2005 Quest

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  • #1436

    wilkar67
    Member

    Hi….does anyone know how to remove the instrument cluster on a 2005 Quest? Or know where I can fine online, step by step instructions on how to remove the cluster? My gas and mileage gauge flicker when I hit a bump which would lead me to believe something is loose. Given the cost of the repair I would lile to look into it myself.

    Thank you

    #5223

    cirrus
    Participant

    Watch this video, and go to the last 2 minutes of the video.

    http://youtu.be/SGIXgH0zHYk

    #5224

    wilkar67
    Member

    Thank you…. I knew it was easy and this confirms the procedure. Appreciate it!

    #5239

    JohnB.
    Participant

    I have read the above problem and it appears it is a common problem with a lot of NISSAN Quests.I tried login into the Youtube sight but it seems the video has been taken of the air. If anyone has had this problem and performed a corrective action, can someone assist me in discribing the proccess to remove the cluster assy?

    I thank you in advance.

    John

    #5240

    JohnB.
    Participant

    Hi Cirrus
    I should have addressed the email to you since you were a big help to a previous member. I tried accessing the sight but it says it has been removed. can you assist.
    Thanks
    John

    #5241

    JohnB.
    Participant

    Hi wilkar67
    Can you assist me to go through the points on the removal of the cluster since you have done it with the assist of cirrus.
    Thanks

    John

    #5244

    cirrus
    Participant

    JohnB, for the Youtube video link, you need to copy and paste that link to your web browser. If you still can’t get to it, then I can tell you that the center cluster cover is held on by clips. You can just grab the cluster cover and pull it upwards. You can slip a flat head screwdriver underneath and pry it up. Once the cover is removed, then there are couple of phillips screws that hold the cluster down.

    #5634

    RLL
    Member

    Thanks so much, this will help greatly in removing my center cluster to check the glitchy LCD!

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