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Discussion in 'Modified Explorations!!' started by silvermelon19, December 12, 2004.

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  1. silvermelon19

    silvermelon19 Active Member

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  3. dman726749

    dman726749 Well-Known Member

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    many people have done this.....i did....took about 2 hours.....yours will be a bit diffrent becasue its a first gen, but still really easy...hardest part was taking the dash off and such...
     
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    i was gonna get those but the redline is at 5500rpm and i just dont like that because its really only 5000rpm
     
  5. silvermelon19

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    is this gonna be really hard to replace, cuz i dont want to mess with the wires and stuff and mess it up. do you have to mess with wires?????
     
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    just two wires....a power and a ground
     
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    ok thats cool, cuz someone told me that theres alot of wires back there for each gauge and i didnt want to have everything stop working on me....and the last thing i want is to not be able to get the dash back on right and have crap loads of noises from it.
     
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    these just lay over the factory gauges..no messing with any of that...its really not to bad of a job
     
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    GREATTTTTTTTT lol sorry i was hoping that they just lay over the stock one, thanks for the help
     
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    by the way how would it lay over it??? how would the needles show up then???
     
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    ya put the needles through the holes
     
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    I have a '91 so the only thing that doesnt line up is the brake light cuz I think it was moved for the 93-94's...Anways, I put mine in just two weeks ago (after they sat around forever) and they look awesome. I also put a bezel over them. You dont even need to remove the gauge cluster from the car...biggest part is just prying open and putting back together your dash.
     






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