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Old 06-27-2009, 20:23   #1 (permalink)
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Question How do i remove the instrument cluster from a 1993 laser?

Hey does anyone know how to remove the instrument cluster from a 1993 ford laser need to replace the seedometer and temp.
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Re: How do i remove the instrument cluster from a 1993 laser?

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Hey does anyone know how to remove the instrument cluster from a 1993 ford laser need to replace the seedometer and temp.


Hello and good day:

Have you purchase a Haynes, or Chilton Manual for this Vehicle??

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Re: How do i remove the instrument cluster from a 1993 laser?

Don't mean to sound dumb, I never knew Ford made a laser.

I know Dodge/Chrysler made one.

Am I losing my mind? I think I need a break
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Re: How do i remove the instrument cluster from a 1993 laser?

I see why I never knew, the steering wheel is on the wrong side.
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I see why I never knew, the steering wheel is on the wrong side.



The Ford Laser is a compact car sold by Ford in Asia, Oceania, and parts of South America, and Africa. It has generally been available as a sedan or hatchback, although convertible, wagon and pick-up versions have also been available in different markets.

The Ford Laser was a restyled version of the Familia/323 models produced by Mazda in Japan from 1980 onwards. (Ford had acquired a 25% stake in Mazda in 1979.)
In Australia and New Zealand where Ford was seen as a 'local' brand, the Laser outsold its Mazda twin, but in neighbouring Asian countries, such as Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong, as well as Japan itself, the reverse was the case. However, pooling resources with Mazda allowed Ford to maintain a foothold in the region. This was also the case in South America, Africa, and the Caribbean, where the Laser was also sold, in many cases being locally assembled.
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