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Jun 29, 7:13pm - #212254 
helpppppppppppppppp meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

everything was going just fine

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Jun 29, 7:13pm - #212255 
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Jun 29, 7:14pm - #212256 
till this happend

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Jun 29, 7:15pm - #212257 
wat should i do thats wen the car is at a complete stop, i dont know wat to do

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Jun 29, 7:16pm - #212258 
take the needles off, put them back on at exactly zero, put the key in to 'on' leave it for like 15 seconds then start it and they should reset themselves! thumbsup

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Jun 29, 7:18pm - #212259 
remove gauge cluster. Open Hood. Plug in the cluster to the plug under the Hood. Start the car. Rev it a lil. This will recalibrate and you'll be set to go.

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Jun 29, 7:21pm - #212260 
Originally Posted by Clos
till this happend

Can I ask you something? I just bought LED for needle, but I dont know where to install? Do you install on needle?? How you make the needle clear?

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Jun 29, 7:27pm - #212261 
i heard you use nail polish remover or brake cleaner to wipe the paint off the back of the needle.. you can leave it clear or repaint it to the coresponding color of the LED's

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Jun 29, 7:27pm - #212262 
u just use alcohol to clear out the orange then with a sharpie you color the bottom part of it

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Jun 29, 7:34pm - #212263 
Originally Posted by TimO
i heard you use nail polish remover or brake cleaner to wipe the paint off the back of the needle.. you can leave it clear or repaint it to the coresponding color of the LED's

I want to paint it to red, but I am afriad if I didnt paint well, it's going to look ugly, what kind of paint should I use?

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Jun 29, 11:02pm - #212264 
nothing is working arghhhhhh

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Jun 29, 11:11pm - #212265 
oh shit man, i have never seen that before... eek

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Jun 29, 11:17pm - #212266 
i'm having second thoughts to doing this myself. was supposed to do it this weekend. maybe you should keep it that way and if you get pulled over just tell the officer you didn't know how fast you were going! rofl j/k. If you tried the suggestions and they didn't work i would take it to the dealership.

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Jun 29, 11:17pm - #212267 
Hey maybe you could use that as an excuse for getting out of speeding tickets grin

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Jun 29, 11:39pm - #212268 
Dude Do What TGTS2000 said. He Had The Same Thing Happen To Him! He Is A Good Man.

Is Yours A Auto?

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Jun 29, 11:50pm - #212269 
Originally Posted by GT2111
Dude Do What TGTS2000 said. He Had The Same Thing Happen To Him! He Is A Good Man.


^^^

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Jun 30, 5:48am - #212270 
no i have a manual

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Jun 30, 5:49am - #212271 
Originally Posted by FloydianSlip6
remove gauge cluster. Open hood. Plug in the cluster to the plug under the hood. Start the car. Rev it a lil. This will recalibrate and you'll be set to go.

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Jun 30, 5:51am - #212272 
were do i plug under the Hood? any pix to help me and show me wat im doing

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Jun 30, 6:10am - #212273 
CLOS...I had this problem when I reinstalled my gauges too...here is how I fixed it...take the gauges off of the blue and white plugs you have pictured above...turn your key to the on position, and let it sit for about 15-20 seconds...then plug your gauges back into the blue and white sockets...you'll see the needles jump and then reset themselves back at Zero...then turn the engine over (Start your car)and it will be fine...if not, then take the needles off and place them at zero, and repeat the procedure...you'll be fine

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Jun 30, 6:18am - #212274 
thanks ill try that 2

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Jun 30, 6:28am - #212275 
try the OBDII plug. THe other way will callibrate it as well, it just takes a little more time.

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Jun 30, 8:03am - #212276 
^^^^^^^^^ Nope tryed to get out of a speeding ticket for that ... didnt work at all. cop laughed angry angry angry angry angry

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Jun 30, 8:43am - #212277 
DO WHAT TGTS2000 SAID! Silly People spineyes spineyes


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Jun 30, 8:48am - #212278 
lol...that is weird haha, easy fix though thumbsup

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Jun 30, 9:21am - #212279 
were under the Hood do i plug im confuse

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Jun 30, 11:26am - #212280 
haha dude, just do what me an AZZKIKR said, I had the EXACT same problem, thats all you need to do, just keep redoing until it works, if you push the needles on too hard it wont work, other than that it should work!!! spineyes

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Jun 30, 11:40am - #212281 
^^^ Like he said. But, if you wanna take a trip down to VB, I'll be happy to fix it for you...

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Jun 30, 12:34pm - #212282 
damn that sux lol


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Jun 30, 1:27pm - #212283 
Good luck..let us know how it goes..
anyone know any shop that specialise in soldering led??? i want to have it don't professionally..no diy on this...


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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Jun 30, 2:29pm - #212284 
the soldering of the LED was easy, ill post more pix later im on break, anyways it looks good but the rpm nidle wont move, sigh other then that it looks great, ill post night pix

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Jun 30, 2:36pm - #212285 
looks awesome...but it needles dont work right like you said wtf

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Jun 30, 3:20pm - #212286 
Can you change the color of the engine lights too? like the seatbelt, oil light, etc...

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Jun 30, 7:13pm - #212287 
here a pix at night

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Jun 30, 9:36pm - #212288 
^^^
nice - maybe you need to reseat the rpm needle...

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Jun 30, 10:46pm - #212289 
after hours of trying, not perfect but it will work till i can get it to a shop

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Jul 1, 1:25am - #212290 
looks very good man, good job.

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Jul 1, 1:29am - #212291 
nice, damn that fuel gauge is like a spot light lol


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Jul 1, 3:45am - #212292 
just follow wut the guys said at the top. take off the needle, put it back on firmly, unplug, turn on ignition, wait, plug, turn on car. if doesnt work, do wut the other guy said. or look for RECALIBRATE in installs sections. very easy

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Jul 1, 4:23am - #212293 
Originally Posted by Drifter
Can you change the color of the engine lights too? like the seatbelt, oil light, etc...


yeah i was wondering the same thing. im planning to do this too. if your going to make the gauges blue. why not make everything blue? So is it possible to make the seatbelt engine light, airbag light etc... tahsn not blue into blue?


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Jul 1, 5:39am - #212294 
yeah i think you can, but dont know witch other LED to switch

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Jul 1, 6:06pm - #212295 
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Jul 1, 6:32pm - #212296 
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Jul 1, 6:38pm - #212297 
i didnt notice you had a problem till i read it all. good luck with it.


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