To retrieve hours, push twice on the tripometer reset and the engine hours will display. Maybe mark it with a Sharpie. I did replace all 6 motors. It is nice to have all the lights and gauges on the cluster working. Sounded fairly simple to me to fix.
It is a 45 watt soldering iron with a hole in the tip and a rubber sucker bulb. But let's get back to stepper pointer motor repair service. Are you having trouble with your factory gauges? Best thing I did replacing old one. Repeat for each of the 4 pins. It took about ten - fifteen minutes to put in.
Have a good one, and good luck! The motor should now be easy to pull off. Service levels We do provide 2 levels of service for those clusters - Basic and Full Rebuild. I did replace all 6 motors. Teaches the amateur how to repair their own instrument cluster. Please refer to the core return instructions included with the part or contact customer service for more details. You should go with that repair service if your gauges are sticking, shuttering and not working correctly or the backlight is not working.
Drive it until you get to that mileage you set with Summit and put it in. I am very happy with my purchase. What vehicles this kit covers. About 25 watts is good for this job. The gas gauge and the speedometer were acting up.
Watch the gauges come to life. If you are lucky they will cool off before you accidentally grab the wrong end of one. This was done while the truck was idling. To repair speedometer, tachometer, fuel, temp, oil or any other gauges Lifetime warranty on the stepper motors What you'll get. I saw this thread and bought the stepper motors and soldered them in yesterday.
I put the needles back on and then rotated counter clockwise to the marks I put on with tape. You saved me a lot of money, the goober dealership said they wouldn't cover my truck because it had over 70k miles. Put the back cover on, press the retainers down until they lock. It was an easy install, taking about 15 minutes to do the swap. Once cookies are enabled please. Doing this fixed a really annoying speedo problem and also fixed a wonky gas gauge. It is valid as long as you own the car.
Customer responsible for return shipping on core items. You can do this with the back part of the cluster in the dash. The speedo actually started skipping around as I was driving the truck around yesterday. I tested the instrument cluster and the gauges don't work. I put the needles back on and then rotated counter clockwise to the marks I put on with tape. It work s perfectly and I am pleased with the outcome. We want suck, not blow.
Plug in the desoldering tool and soldering iron to heat up. Take the back off the black cluster by using your small screw driver releasing the lock tabs that hold it to the white frame part. Sounded fairly simple to me to fix. On a web site I found it talked about a mileage limitation, all work free till 70,000 miles and truck must have a vin inside a particular range. Since that happened and because I have dash lights and the digital display at the bottom of the cluster, I guess it can't be any fuse or anything other than either the motors or the soldered spots. This was done while the truck was idling. Sounded fairly simple to me to fix.
You have to remove all the needles even if you are only working one stepper motor. I sure don't want to have to send the cluster off to be fixed. I noticed that the needles move freely upward as if it isn't engaging the gears in the stepper motors. In order to shop on this Web store, you must have cookies enabled. I put the needles back on and then rotated counter clockwise to the marks I put on with tape. I didn't have any solder wick or a desoldering pump, so I used compressed air to blow the hot solder off the joints. Designed for models without factory transmission temperature gauge.