"does the whole dash board have to be torn apart and is that a big job?"
No. And it's a real clean R&R too. The entire instrument cluster is one unit and removes easily with a few screws to detach and repair. In other words. What you see in the cluster / housing is all that's removed! The dash is not bothered at all. The circuit board that needs to be replaced is attached to the instrument cluster.
And the electrical connectors on the back side of the cluster ( speedo and other gauges ) just unplug from the cluster. Once the circuit board is repaired / replaced they just snap back on and the cluster is just dropped back into the dash housing.
Couldn't be any cleaner than that!
Friday, December 11th, 2009 AT 11:46 AM