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 Reverse Glow Gauges 
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Joined: September 18 2005, 6:03 PM
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Location: Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
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I've looked everywhere on this site before I posted this, is there anyone on here that would be able to post good installation instructions, thanks guys.
p.s. they seem pretty think, and im not sure how these go on.. do they go over the stock ones or are they free standing? I got them off ebay, with no instructions.
here's the link to the guages that I bought. ... AMEWN%3AIT

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November 25 2005, 9:18 PM
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OK it is really easy to get to the gauges.

step1: open door... on the side of your counsel there is a plate that pops off and there are a few screws to unscrew.

step2: The plate under the steering wheel there are 3 screw in each corner unscrew them and that should come off to.

step3: now you can start to unscrew the few screws holding on the main dash. Just look there are a few above the gauges, few when you remove the bottom plate.

step4: ones you get that off you can now unscrew the gauge cluster now. (be-careful because its plugged it make sure you unplug it before you rip it out.)

Step5: the little button to reset your miles that black thing pulls off. Then unscrew the clock screw. Then start to push the tabs down to take the clean plastic thing off.

Step6: now start to take the little black screws out. And yes the gauges go over the stock gauges. Take it easy putting the fuel/temp one on, because you can break the needles. Just take it easy and it should go on. After that just screw it all back on and to wire it up you can just use the stock dimmer switch and just wire it in the back. Remember red/black is ground and red is power (just making sure you know so you don't fry it) I am not sure but when i did it and i plugged the dimmer switch back in the new gauges dimmed a bit, so i just left mine unplugged.

I hope this helps you and if you have any questions you can P.M. me.


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November 25 2005, 11:19 PM
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