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kenshin811
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Dec 11, 8:05pm - #349389 
Help with needles!

I just finished soldering all my LEDS to my board and now im trying to put the needles back on but they are going in all sorts of crazy ass directions. Does anyone know how to calibrate them so that they start up on 0 again. When i turn the key it jumps to 140. Please help me.

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Dec 11, 8:08pm - #349390 
eek ohboy laughsilly I knew i never should have messed with needles...wish i could help ya, but i know nothing about that. good luck bro! Youll get it eventually wave

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Dec 11, 8:09pm - #349391 
Damn!!!

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Dec 11, 8:36pm - #349392 
plug the cluster in and turn the car on acc. THEN put the needles in the zero position.

btw masuimi max thumbsup

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Dec 11, 8:40pm - #349393 
^^yea..you gotta put the car to ACC...then put them on.


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Dec 11, 8:46pm - #349394 
hey thanks for the help and info, and yeah Masuimi max is a hot one,good eyes there.

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Dec 12, 1:32pm - #349395 
i had to pace a friend then place them on while drivin! that was interesting... haha spineyes


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Dec 12, 4:24pm - #349396 
I End it up giving toyota $300 angry To actually finish that project for me, Cause my dumb ass messed up the whole shit. So unless you know what ur doing don't mess around with it.

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Dec 12, 4:36pm - #349397 
anothering thing that works is turn on the engine and plug the cluster into the OBDII plug in the engine bay. That recalibrates them as well.

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Dec 12, 9:06pm - #349398 
Oh cool thanks thanks!!!

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Jan 13, 8:24am - #349399 
Originally Posted by FloydianSlip6
anothering thing that works is turn on the engine and plug the cluster into the OBDII plug in the engine bay. That recalibrates them as well.


How is that done? Would I need any cables? confused

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Jan 13, 9:45am - #349400 
Originally Posted by FloydianSlip6
anothering thing that works is turn on the engine and plug the cluster into the OBDII plug in the engine bay. That recalibrates them as well.


Yeah more about this please...

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Jan 13, 10:54am - #349401 
If you have a GPS then you can fix it easy. first find a long straight road with not too many cars. The GPS will tell you how fast youre going, when you get to a cetain speed set the cruise control then manually put the needle on. Thats what I had to do. I tried turning the car too ACC then putting the needle on put it was still like 5 mph behind my actual speed. Good luck!

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Jan 13, 1:27pm - #349402 
this sounds like a mojor pain in the ass for what its worth


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Jan 16, 10:33am - #349403 
It really isn't that hard. And after the job is all said and done it looks amazing and is totally worth. Just ask anybody who has done it smile

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Jan 16, 10:35am - #349404 
Looks like Floydian and Billy took care of answering your question thumbsup

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Mar 12, 12:41pm - #349405 
Originally Posted by FloydianSlip6
anothering thing that works is turn on the engine and plug the cluster into the OBDII plug in the engine bay. That recalibrates them as well.


How do you do it this way? My RPM is 400 off and the mph is like 10 off.

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Mar 12, 1:41pm - #349406 
the ACC/0 solution works about 50% of the time... pacing another car or having a GPS receiver to help recalibrate are the only surefire options available

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Mar 14, 5:38pm - #349407 
whats this OBDII way?


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Mar 15, 11:02am - #349408 
there is a really good install guide in the install section for this problem

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Mar 15, 11:17am - #349409 
after you do ACC thgen put the needles on, tap them all the way arodun,t ehn all the way back. this way urs going to push the needles in the right direction. But yea i ended up paceing whith my dad

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Mar 15, 12:55pm - #349410 
I stuck my needle for the rpm after i started the engine and i read off my 5" monster tach. For the speedometer, I was driving with my friends gps system and then i set the cruise control to 35mph and i stuck the needle back on.


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