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! j/k. If you tried the suggestions and they didn't work i would take it to the dealership.
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
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!!!
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
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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