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I asked about a month ago about a digital cluster in my 95 GL. I am finnaly going to get it sat or sunday at the pull a part yard. I was wondering wat tools I will need exactly to get the thing out and approx. how long it should take. Thanx and Im getting it this weekend so i need replys fast. Thanx for all the help i can get
 

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I would guess maybe a couple hours. A regular analog to analog swap takes less than an hour to take apart and reassemble. You'd need a couple of Torx screwdrivers. It's a T27 for the under dash screws and, IIRC, a T30 for the ones for the cluster. You'll also need to take off the steering column shroud for easy access, but it's possible to get the cluster out w/o taking it off.
 

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My '95 SE didn't have a digital cluster, but when I replaced the speedo all I needed was a set of torx screw drivers, regular screw drivers, and maybe a small socket. I can't remember and my b-in-law has the car now so I can't go out and look. You'll also need a pair of pliers if the speedo is mechanical and skinny forearms help.

-Jeff
 

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Next Dumb question: what about millage??? I know you can change the one on the SHO speedo, which I am also considering, but the digital one seems alot harder for some apparent reason. LOL
 

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Also it is possible to go from analog to digital right?????? Plug and plaY?????
 

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