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Old 04-28-2010, 05:24 PM
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cluster problem!

I got a 2000 sh wit indigo glow gauges from previous owner that has my tachometer lagging when I hit vtec so I was wondering will a bese cluster work on my sh? will it still have the atts light or no? Please help thanks! I've been searching about it can't really find anything some people say that no it won't have the atts light but I would like someones elses opinion who's done this!
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Re: cluster problem!

yes it will work. If you buy a 5th gen base model lude cluster, you have to take it apart and just swap out the tach gauge by itself. The tach and temp gauge is together as one gauge. and the spedo and fuel gauge are together as one. The tach gauge itself has no warning lights in it. The atts light is above in the cluster part that you will be keeping and reusing. all you have to do is unscrew the screws from behind the cluster and the tach/temp gauge will come right out.

P.S. DO NOT put the glow gauges onto new gauge. Or NEVER NEVER pull the needle off the tach gauge for any reason, it will ruin it. I know from experience. I put a set of those same glow gauges on and didnt know when I ordered them that the needles have to come off. (i thought they slid right over) When I put it back together tach gauge is ALL messed up. I have heard the same thing from many different people.
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Re: cluster problem!

Its the same process to remove the speedometer right? cuz I gotta replace it all since they all white face!
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Re: cluster problem!

yeah its the same thing with the speedo/fuel gauge. just swap them both out and you should be fine.
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