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Old 12-24-2003, 06:26 AM   #1
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How do you remove the cluster on your c5

I have a new cluster that i want to install. It was for a euro vette. It goes up to 300 MPH. I got it from ebay, does anyone have any instructions on how to remove this original cluster. I am sure i can just look at it and figure it out, but im not going to try it tell this weekend. So i figured someone might have some instructions that they could share. Just don't want to brake anything with taking the old one out. It is one complete cluster. My car is a 97 so there is no heads up display.
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Here is the procedure I used to install my HUD. It is intended to help install new gauge bezels but works great for just trying to remove the pod.

http://www.vetteessentials.com/instr...zel_howto.html


It is an excellent how to with pictures and description.


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Here is the procedure I used to install my HUD. It is intended to help install new gauge bezels but works great for just trying to remove the pod.

http://www.vetteessentials.com/instr...zel_howto.html


It is an excellent how to with pictures and description.


Enjoy.
Thanks for the fast reply. I looked into those instructions, it looks very easy to remove and install. You already saved me time, because i need the 15 torque hex socket. And its only the 2 screws on the top and one clip on the bottem. This makes it so much easier when you know what tools you need, and how it comes out. Thanks Again.
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Those instructions were great!!! I already removed and installed my new 300mph euro cluster assembly. Without those instructions, i would still be trying to figure it out. Now how do i hit 300mph???? Car seams to stop at about 170.00 for some strange reason.
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Old 12-24-2003, 03:37 PM   #5
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Is it really 300 MPH??? or is it 300KPH
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Its really 300 MPH. It looks cool. I will reply back with a picture later today if it.
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Its really 300 MPH. It looks cool. I will reply back with a picture later today if it.



What do you think?
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Give this link a shot...

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