No problem on that.Thank you for writing this up, I probably would have never figured out the headlight switch removal without this!
My wife's car is a 1999 with the silver bezel on the gauges and I'll be swapping that out for black. Also, her tach needle only works some of the time, and likes to fall down pegged above 7K anytime you stand on it. Really annoying for when I'm driving because I like to see what speed the engine is running at a given mph and gear.
I also read the ency article about taking the needles off or adjusting the mileage, which will come in handy if I decide to change her whole cluster out for the 96-98 style with the traditional numbering (10-20-30 instead of 10-30-50). And I'll be able to keep her red needles this way and she'll like that.
I can tell you that there is no need to change the mileage out of a new cluster either - I've done it before.. Just swap your odometer out and put it in the new cluster, very easy to do. I can even make a write up on that.
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