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Old 04-07-2005, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default new cluster installed

so i know i have in my sig that i had the my color. i had ordered it but i just installed it today. my friend call last night and said it was in so i went in this moring and installed it. took all of 15 min to install. basicly we pulled it into his stall. i removed the dash cover, just pull forward and the whole thing pops off left vent and all. that exposes 4 screws but he had to download info from the old cluster. while he did that i removed the old switch cover (wrag and small flat blade) it has the plug and wires pluged into it. i just unplued it then pluged in the new switch and snaped it back in. after he downloaded the info he removed screws pulled cluster out (one plug) installed the new one uploaded info plus reprogramed computer for the added gauges and features snaped cover back on and it was done. $ 300.00 granted he didnt charge me for the install but if you swap the switch yourself and have the cover off they should do it for the min. this is the same for the 6 or the gt. and it is worth it dont really care about the color other than the fact that now i can leave the dash white when the lights are on but the oil,amp and message center are def worth it



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Old 04-07-2005, 11:45 PM   #2
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were the pic .. no way to change the color? I do like the white color too.. hummm
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Old 04-08-2005, 04:06 AM   #3
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I would do a autometer gauge cluster. [sm=icon_rock.gif]
Maybe I'll get a '06.
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