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Re: flaky dash display
> What you appear to be experiencing is the "Dread Flakey Display Syndrome".
> Don't fret, don't get all nervous and jerky. (I used to be nervous and jerky
> but I got over being nervous.)
> What you most likely have is some dirty connections between your instrument
> cluster and your wiring harness(es). The solution? Remove your instrument
> cluster, disconnect all wiring harness connectors. Open the back of the
> cluster and clean the connector pins thus exposed. Then put everything back
> the way it was. One caution, be sure the connectors inside the cluster are
> properly seated. There is enough slop (at least in mine) for them to be
> mismated if you are careless.
> Have fun, the job will take maybe an hour if you have to sorta feel your way.
> Removing the steering wheel is part of the job.
It is not necessary to remove the wheel, although access would
probably easier if done.
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