My take on step-by-step pictures:
1.Remove the black bezel around the shifter by pulling up.
2.Disconnect the shift indicator light and the two seat heater plugs.
3.From the ashtray, pull straight up on the wood grain panel. Once the back to clips release, pull up on the wood in front of the shifter.
4.Remove the wood panel and set aside.
5.There are 4 10mm bolts holding the radio in. Two are behind the triangle carpeted pieces on the side, and two are behind the ashtray. The two on the side aren’t needed, and I didn’t put mine back in the first time I took the radio out. I don’t have pictures of taking out the side ones.
6.Unbolt the 10mm bolts, and wiggle the bottom of the radio bezel out.
7.Once it is out a few inches, use a wide panel tool to pry above the vents. This step is a bit scary. Just use firm force and don’t break the wood.
8.Unscrew the two Phillips holding the black bezel around the gauge cluster.
9.From the right side, pry/pull the black bezel away from the dash.
10.Disconnect the one green connector for the select/reset buttons.
11.Unscrew the 4 Phillips screw holding the gauge cluster in. There are two on each side.
12.Maneuver the cluster out of the dash. Disconnect the driver’s side green plug first, and then the second, wider green plug.
13.Unscrew three gold screws from the back of the cluster.
14.Use a pick tool to pop off the white cover from the rest of the gauge cluster. This will expose the board and the 20 silver screws you will be unscrewing.
15.Unscrew the 20 screws. I simply set them in order from left to right on my workbench. If you can’t do this, make where each screw goes. It isn’t too hard to remember; they are in a bit of a pattern.
16.Once the 20 screws are out, unplug the two grey connectors. They have yellow wires connected to them.
17.Flip the board up and out of the cluster, being careful of the bulbs on the other side. This exposes the bulbs we are changing.
18.Twist the green bulb holders out of the back of the cluster.
19.Once removed, use pliers to pull each bulb out of its socket.
20.Installation of the new bulbs and cluster is the reverse of the removal. Don’t worry about checking polarity.* Make sure not to over tighten the 20 screws.
*It took me two attempts to get every bulb to work. I wouldn’t worry about checking polarity. Install the bulbs and then plug the cluster back into the car. Turn the ignition on and notate which bulbs operate and which do not. Remove the cluster, and flip each bulb that is not operating. Plug the cluster in again and each bulb should work.
And now for the pictures: