Thread: Removing RXT Gauge Cluster
03-12-2009, 10:57 PM #1
Removing RXT Gauge Cluster
How is the easiest way to remove the gauge cluster from a RXT?
03-13-2009, 03:05 PM #2
In the '07 manual, it shows 5 tabs holding the cluster in. There is one at:
9:00 left side, 1:00 left side, 11:00 right side, 3:00 right side, and 6:00 bottom middle. They suggest to use a thin-chamfered wooden stick to unlock each tab while pulling the cluster off. If the manual was unlocked, i would post the pages, but it's locked... Ron
03-13-2009, 03:40 PM #3
gotta get the plastic bezel off first... as king of fun outlined.. just use caution trying not to break the tabs, or at least not all of them. it's not that easy to get the bezel off all the time without sacrificing one tab sometimes.
the bezel frame needs to be pushed outward from the gauge face so the clips on the bezel clear the tabs that are molded to the gauge. pushing the bezel outward enough lets them clear each other and start to lift off... all the way around there's like 5 or 6 tabs maybe
after the bezel is off, there's two 5.5mm screws holding the top corners of the gauge in place. after those r removed the cluster falls inward and then rotate and pull out thru the hole opening
03-13-2009, 05:13 PM #4
Thanks for the input. I broke a couple of the tabs off removing the bezel. What a PITA!!! I was able to superglue the tabs back on and it's all good now. Thanks Guys!
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