Carefully pry out the SID. Disconnect the cable.
Remove the stereo. Normally, you need a stereo removal tool for that.
On my car, it just pops out if you push from behind.
Remove the metal frame that holds the stereo. There are two latches on
top of it, and two at the bottom.
Pop the switches on the left and unplug the wires. My car has a boost gauge
where the headlight switch normally is. That switch pops out too.
Tilt the steering wheel and unscrew the steering column cover (there's
a second screw on another side). Remove the upper cover.
Unscrew the lower cover. Release the steering lock lever and remove
Unhook the turn signal and wiper stalks. You may just let them hang
freely, or unplug and put away.
Start removing the screws holding the dash. There's one under the headlight
switch, another under the TCS or instrument brightess switch.
Unplug the wires from the hazard light switch and the "fasten belts" light.
There's one screw above the SID slot, and two under the stereo.
Four more screws -- one on each side of the steering column, and two in the
upper surface above the speedometer.
Pop and remove the dashboard trim insert. It comes out with ACC vents
attached to it.
The instrument cluster is attached with four screws located in the corners
of the assembly.
The back cover of the instrument cluster is held by six more screws.
There's a couple dozen bulbs inside. All of them are clearly marked
so it's easy to locate the one you need.