REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
See Figures 1 and 2
Because of federal regulations regarding mileage on the odometer, it may be illegal for you to change your speedometer yourself. Check with your state and local regulations regarding this.
- Remove the instrument cluster, then remove the instrument cluster light bulbs from the back of the cluster.
- Position the instrument cluster on a workbench with the clear plastic face lens pointing upward.
- Remove the lens and instrument cluster mask retaining screws, then remove the lens and mask from the cluster assembly.
The fuel gauge/engine coolant temperature gauge and the instrument gauge amplifier are calibrated together and MUST be replaced as a single unit.
- Remove the fuel/engine coolant temperature gauge, the oil pressure gauge, the voltmeter, and the speedometer/tachometer from the cluster assembly housing.
- Remove and discard all push-in connector cups and illumination bulbs from the back of the cluster assembly housing.
- If replacing the fuel gauge/engine coolant temperature gauge, depress the connector tab, then slide the instrument gauge cluster amplifier/low coolant control module out.
- If necessary, remove the printed circuit board from the instrument cluster.
- Position the printed circuit board on the housing, ensuring that the alignment pins are properly inserted in the holes in the circuit board.
- Insert the gauge amplifier/low coolant control module in the guides, align the terminals over the center of the circuit board connection, then press the amplifier/module into position until it clicks in place.
- Install the instrument panel light bulbs and new snap-in connector clips.
- Install the gauges into the assembly housing, then position the mask and instrument cluster lens on the housing. Install the retaining screws and tighten until snug.
- Install the instrument cluster in the instrument panel.