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How to Remove the Gauge Cluster???

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I have a question... How exactly is the gauge cluster removed on my Altima coupe...?? Reason i ask is i just installed an AVN6620 double din and i need to tap the speed sensor wire. far as i know its behind the gauge cluster... any tips on how to remove the cluster??? Or is there is another spot where i can get a speed wire from? Any tips or info would be greatly appreciated... BTW i searched everywhere and can not find any tips on how to take it off...

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I would also like to remove the gauge cluster, read this thread on the stereo install but the pictures are all red X's. Any thought as to how I can see the pictures?

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Guys,

I have a question... How exactly is the gauge cluster removed on my Altima coupe...?? Reason i ask is i just installed an AVN6620 double din and i need to tap the speed sensor wire. far as i know its behind the gauge cluster... any tips on how to remove the cluster??? Or is there is another spot where i can get a speed wire from? Any tips or info would be greatly appreciated... BTW i searched everywhere and can not find any tips on how to take it off...

Thanks,
Josh
hey josh, my name is josh, too... i also have an 08 altima. but min is a 4 door. the cluster is pretty easy to remove. pm me if you would like step by step pix messages sent to your phone. make sure u send a phone # to send them to.
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