BMW Radio (MID) unit removal:
1. Pull out the volume knob.
2. Look in the opening to locate a little torx screw at six o'clock position.
3. Use a torx screw driver to turn it clock-wise for about 45 degree (you will hear the MID panel unclicked).
4. Using a screw driver pull the whole front panel away from dashboard.
5. Unplug connector from harness.
 
BMW Instrument Cluster removal (E53 or X5)
1. Insert key into ignition and move steering wheel as far as possible from instrument cluster.
2. Use a torx screw driver to remove two screws from the top side of plastic bezel.
3. Using a screw driver carefully bend bezel for about 10 degree and pull the instrument cluster forward.
4. Remove key from ignition lock. Be ready steering wheel will start to move to it's default position!
5. Unplug connectors from the harness.
 
BMW Instrument Cluster removal (E38/39 or 7/5-series)
1. Move steering wheel as far as possible from instrument cluster.
2. Use a screw driver or other convenient tool to remove two wood grain plates from the both sides of steering wheel.
3. Remove two bottom and two top torx screws to free the plastic bezel.
4. Locate two extra screw on top of instrument cluster and remove it.
5. Pull the instrument cluster forward and use a screw driver or other convenient tool to remove .
 
Audi A4/A6/Allroad Instrument Cluster removal
1. Move the steering wheel out and down of the way.
2. Using hands carefully remove plastic cover from the bottom of instrument cluster.
3. Locate two torx screw on the bottom of cluster.
4. Use a screw driver or other convenient tool to remove cluster forward from it's room.
5. Unplug connectors from the harness.
 
Audi TT Instrument Cluster removal
Advise with your local mechanic as it is not easy procedure.