once you remove the 4 bolts, pull the cluster as far out as you can and tilt it back, if you have an automatic transmission then you need to remove the gear selector, to do this squeeze the tab on the wire that connects to it and pull the whole thing out
then tilt the cluster towards you to be able to reach the wiring harnesses on the back of it
^^ that ones a little difficult to remove since you cannot reach it good
This is what the truck will look like without the cluster
and heres the back of the cluster after its removed, and it might take a while to remove the cluster
next unscrew the bolts on the back cover of the cluster using a T15 torx bit
this is the back of the circuit board
Then you need to locate the ribbon wire on the bottom and pull the harness straight up to disconnect it
Then gently pry the circuit board off and flip it over, this is what the front looks like
This is the point that your going to have to re-solder
You will probably need a little extra solder to do this right, then after I finished I used my shirt and wiped off all of the lights just in case I touched them.
To reassemble just press the board back in place, reconnect the ribbon wire, and bolt the cover back on. Then all you have to do is put it back in the truck, reconnect everything and your good to go. Takes aprox. 1 hour to complete this.