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Posted: Thu Sep 29, 2005 3:48 pm 
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can someone please explain to me how to open a high series cluster from an EA or direct me to somewhere that has the information

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Posted: Fri Sep 30, 2005 9:56 am 
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I also would like this information. I have tried before and was unable to do so. I removedevery screw that i could see but was still unable to get it apart...
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Posted: Fri Sep 30, 2005 1:09 pm 
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are you talking about the LCD cluster?

are you 100% sure you have undone all the screws? once you undo the screws, remove the clear plastic cover that sits over the front of the cluster. If the screws are undone, then the the tacho and temp/fuel guages should then just fall out of the cluster. (there are no wires connecting to them) they are only held in by screws. Once they fall out, the cluster is now open and you can see inside it! the two LCD panels are also held in by screws but are connected to the cluster by wires, so you can move them out, but not completly remove them. I have done this to my own cluster to change the LCD filter colour so i know what i am on about! tell me i you need anymore help/info! :D

why do you want to pull it apart for any way?

 

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