by Alistair de Ville
Date Added: Sunday 26 January, 2003
This dial is a very good match for the illuminated light intensity of the other standard dials. As my Eunos old dial only went up to 100mph, had been put in askew (larger holes in dial than screw diameter) and was brighter than the other dials, I thought it was worth redoing the job. Hardest part was disconnecting speedo cable and electrics as the cluster hardly moves (I did not need to remove the steering wheel as described in the Haynes manual). To separate the glass from the dials fully you need to feed the petrol gauge wiring back behind the PCB. The dial attaching screws need to be screwed through this replacement dial as the holes are not quite big enough; this is what probably ensures perfect alignment to the odometer numbers though. These types of jobs always seem to get your heart racing as the consequences of messing it up are in front of you every time you drive! Good luck!
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]