Date Added: Sunday 12 June, 2005
Came next day and was a straight forward job.....firstly get the instument cluster out, 4 screws to remove the steering column plastics, two screws and a sharp pull on the instrument hood to free from the clips at the rear, 4 screws and a fiddly bit getting the speedo cable out, unclip two electrical connectors and the cluster comes out!
Unclip the perspex front cover, mark the needle position well, remove the needle, two screws and remove the old dial, new dial in, 2 screws back in place, fiddly bit to get the needle back in correct position! Take the opportunity to clean the inside of the perspex cover and then screw it all back together.
Took around 45 mins and the results look great, good match to the existing and the illumination (and accuracy) is so much better than the stick on dial that some cowboy put in my car when it came off the boat!
Seems a little pricey but I'd say well worth it!!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]