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Hey guys, I just got my white face gauges in. I was wondering.... how hard is it to get em installed myself? I am good with electrical, but I havent taken these gauges off. So, I was wondering if some one can get me a walk through on how to do it. Im going outside right now, so someone reply ASAP before I F*** something up...lol
 

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Its a real pain in the a**. Not so much because it is hard, but because of all the trim pieces and screws and crap you have to take off to get to them. Your best bet it to spend the ten bucks on a haynes manual from Auto Zone. Thats what I did, plus if you ever have any more things you want to mod or probs with it, that repair book can be very handy. Also, when you put those gauges in be sure to hot glue them down, otherwise the can get a wrinkle and cause ur needles to stick or the can move when ur putting things back together. Hope this helps ya.
 
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Yeah, well Im smarter then Autozone...lol I got it going, now Im going to get the pics posted in a bit. YAY FOR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE GRADS!
 

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Originally posted by 02taurus@Apr 25 2004, 04:41 PM
Do they make those for an 2002 ford taurus?If so i would like to know where because I would like a set.
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They do.. Well, the Gen3 (96-99) guages are the same.. Almost.. The HighBeam light is different, and the ABS light is the "Tail Light Out" light.. Or somethin glike that.

I have the Blue Gen3 Gauges on mine, but since they are black, just like the old ones, I just transplanted the highbeam section..
 
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