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how to remove the needles #182307 May 20, 7:46pm May 20, 7:46pm
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how to remove the needles
How do i remove the needles of the RPM and MHP gauges? i bought a overlay reverse indigo gauges. It doesn't fit too well..by a millimeter. some color doesnt' show through on the right side with the BRAKE and other lights...

i want to remove the old gauge..the orange one...and just have the new reverse on top...is that possible?

Re: how to remove the needles [Re: AznClubRSX] #182308 May 20, 7:51pm May 20, 7:51pm
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2 spoons on opposite sides and just pull. I am not sure about taking the gauges off though

Re: how to remove the needles [Re: cycocelica] #182309 May 20, 8:03pm May 20, 8:03pm
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I have never installed a reverse glow gauge, however, if the reverse glow it a full cluster overlay then I'm sure you could just remove the existing gauges. Basically once you take the whole cluster out of the dash and remove the glass and needles it just should come off. By the way, when you remove the needles make sure to re callibrate them with the plug in the engine bay.

Re: how to remove the needles [Re: AznClubRSX] #182310 May 20, 10:36pm May 20, 10:36pm
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Originally Posted by AznClubRSX
How do i remove the needles of the RPM and MHP gauges? i bought a overlay reverse indigo gauges. It doesn't fit too well..by a millimeter. some color doesnt' show through on the right side with the BRAKE and other lights...

i want to remove the old gauge..the orange one...and just have the new reverse on top...is that possible?


Why are you gonna do all that... "hassle"???? wtf
thumbsup Do it the easier & RIGHT way!
https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_57137_0_collapsed_2__1.html

Re: how to remove the needles [Re: morris] #182311 May 21, 3:28am May 21, 3:28am
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what kind of gauges are they?


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Re: how to remove the needles [Re: VSGTS14] #182312 May 22, 8:43am May 22, 8:43am
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i got the one from Ebay...it was like $16. It was the same except there's no green indigo..just blue.

and it's not exactly alligned very well..so i want to revome the needles to get the orange one out.

Re: how to remove the needles [Re: AznClubRSX] #182313 May 22, 8:49am May 22, 8:49am
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I wouldn't take off the needles.. just do what the above links says...

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