Since i'm having cluster problems with my 94 3500srw I thought I'd harvest the cluster from the dash of a 93 k3500 that i junked a while back. I had removed the entire dash from the truck before I scrapped it. So I thought I'd take some pics and write down how I get them out. Tools required: 1/4" drive handle, 1/4"drive extension[3-4"], 1/4" drive T10 and T20 torx bits, 1/4" 7mm thin wall socket, Flat blade screwdriver. 1. Remove the 4 -t20 bezel screws that are in the 4 corners of the bezel that covers the cluster, radio and heater control. 2. Pull the bezel out a few inches to gain clearance to unplug the headlight and cluster dimmer switches. If you have a cargo light or other accessory switch , unplug them also. The latch for the dimmer needs to be pried up with the flat blade screwdriver to release it. The cargo light connector also will need to have the latch pried up. They need to go pretty high to release. Bezel should be free to remove out of the way. 3. Remove the 7 -7mm head screws that hold the radio head and heater control. The screws on the left side of the heater control are why you need a thin wall socket. 4. Pull heater control out and unplug wire connector. Twist the radio head to expose the cluster mounting screw on the top right of the cluster. 5. Remove 1-7mm head screw that holds the a/c duct on the left of the cluster. Remove the duct. 6.Remove the cover from below the steering column. [2-7mm screws]. There is a silver clip on the shell of the steering column with a fine cable attached to it for the gear shift indicator.[ Obviously if you have a manual transmission you can skip this step.] Slide the silver clip off of the steering column shell. Put it on top of the column. 7. Remove the 4 screws that hold the cluster to the dash. If auto trans. put shifter in low gear. Tilt steering column down all the way if equipped with tilt column. 8. Gently pull cluster straight twards steering wheel to release from connector. There you have it. The screws to remove the clear lens are T10.