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Old 06-29-2010, 08:00 PM   #1
HavocSteve
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Cluster Wires

So I painted my cluster and ordered the new Sanyo Laser Batteries. Well now it's time to put the cluster back into the car and I forgot how these 2 pins went into the KM/H green back thing. There one that comes from the left and one from the right (Left side prong comes from the white connector and the right comes from the blue connector). I forget which one goes into the back of the green connector for the KM/H gauge. Anyone remember how they are suppose to go back in? There's 6 slots I believe. Left side has 3 (one on top of each other) and 3 running beside the top. Kinda looks like a L shape.


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^^ Kinda like that. If anyone could help me out that would be wonderful. I spent some serious time in the Bentley manual and it doesn't tell you which goes where. Only how to take out the cluster and take it apart.
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Old 06-30-2010, 12:17 AM   #2
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It's all good, the wires only could fit 2 spots so I put them there and everything seems to work fine. Getting those Sanyo Laser Lithium batteries are a PITA though. 3 weeks till I get them So much for a ECO and RPM guage fix today =\
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