Disconnect battery ground cable.
Disconnect wiring connectors in engine compartment.
Remove two bolts retaining hood latch control handle and cable and lower cable and two bolts attaching parking brake release.
Move transfer case control to far forward position.
Remove instrument panel steering column cover by removing two (2) screws and pulling on cover to release grasshopper clips.
Remove bolt to bracket at right of accelerator pedal.
Remove instrument panel steering column reinforcement by removing six (6) screws.
Remove TK yoke by removing two (2) nuts from cross vehicle beam.
Open fuse panel door, and remove two (2) bolts attaching instrument panel to cowl (A pillar beam).
On right side of instrument panel lower, remove one (1) bolt.
Remove one (1) threadless fastener and two (2) pushpins attaching insulator to lower right-hand instrument panel.
Lift edge of defroster grille, using a flat wooden dowel, then pull up on defroster grille to release clips and tension tabs. Remove defroster grille.
Remove four (4) bolts at top of instrument panel.
Disconnect all electrical connections at rear of instrument panel.
Remove instrument panel.
If replacing instrument panel, transfer all components to new instrument panel
....thats the best i can do for now man. hope that helps.
iv got a 94 ford ranger. most baisic truck u can ever get. no power stearing. manual locks and windows. got a JVC KDR200, with a pair of Pyle 6" X 8" Blue Label 3-Way Speakers and wired an antennna. its a 2.3L 4 banger, with a 5 speed manual transmission. it had 117,400 miles on it wen i got it. i plan on dropping it a few inches. in the procces of repainting the interior. i want new headlights and taillights and paint my factory rims black. plan on getting a cheap sub and put in it.