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Old 12-30-2004, 05:14 PM   #1
Trunk_Monkey
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2003 WRX
World Rally Blue

Default Interior Color Change Tutorial: Gauge Cluster

Gauge Cluster Color Change Tutorial (Without Removing Needles)

What you need:

8 (.2)Lamp Covers CLICK ME
4 (.12)Lamp Covers CLICK ME
Philips Screwdriver
Sandpaper (220) or Nail Polish Remover
Procedure:
Drop down steering column to lowest position:
Unscrew the two philips screws holding the black trim around the gauges(red circled), then pull the surround towards you to release the two clips at the bottom(blue circled):
Slide out the surround by the side of the steering wheel as shown below:
There are 3 philips screws to be removed (circled red)
Pull the cluster towards you, then push the top of it away from you so it's laying on its back, then slide it towards you, if you have a boost gauge, you might need to push the soft rubber surround down to get the cluster out, dont be scared.
Now remove the three green clips in the back of the cluster, try not to cross them over or mix them up, but they should stay in place well.

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