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1992 Pontiac Bonneville gauge cluster.

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I am just wondering how to remove a gauge cluster from a 1992 Pontiac Bonneville SE. I have the cluster out of the dash, but I cannot get the wiring with the gray clip from the back of the cluster. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.
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Should be just a single lock tab.
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Should be just a single lock tab.
I don't think it'* a single lock tab. It'* a gray clip with wires coming out of the right side and it'* on there pretty good. Thank you for your consideration.
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It should be a squeeze type connector. Either gets squeezed from the ends or the sides to release it.
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It should be a squeeze type connector. Either gets squeezed from the ends or the sides to release it.
That'* what I meant.
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