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stevenhom
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stevenhom Apr 15, 9:54pm - #155528 
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AC Autotechnic S7 reverse glow gauge problems?

my tach needle is rubbing against the plastic piece with with numbers. it just stays @ 0 rpm. is it just me or a design flaw? confused
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VSGTS14
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VSGTS14 Apr 15, 10:12pm - #155529 

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it's kinda a design flaw...
just press that piece down more so it stays better...

AC is dumb, they should have kept the old design or updated it to make it cooler, not gayer.

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UFCELI Apr 15, 10:24pm - #155530 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
it's kinda a design flaw...
just press that piece down more so it stays better...

AC is dumb, they should have kept the old design or updated it to make it cooler, not gayer.


Yeah I had the same problem...you just have to make sure its stuck on there real good and that wont happen. That happened to me when I first installed them, but I've now had them for over 8 months and it hasnt happened again thumbsup

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