Hi, Typically a speedometer is a non-repairable item. You can remove the instrument cluster and take it apart and see if you can play with it and you might be rewarded for your efforts, but...? The speedometer cable might be disconnected at one end or the other or the cable might have broken then it's a replacement that will be needed. When you remove the cable, jkust spin it and see if turns, also see if the speedometer sill move when you have the instrument cluster out. If the speedometer is in fact broken, then your best bet is to try a local salvage yard, we used to cal them junk yards, and see if they have a Tracker that is the same as yours and buy an instrument cluster from them also check E-Bay. You should be successful with one of those solutions. Please get back and let us know more information if you need more help. Good luck and I hope this is of help to you. Steve H.
Remove instrument cluster in a 2003 olds aurora
In most 1962 Chevys, the instrument cluster is screwed in from the front. After removing the screws wiggle gently and look to see if any wires or the speedometer cable needs to be unhooked.
remove trim surrounding cluster, remove bolts securing cluster to dash, disconnect electrical connectors at cluster, twist failed bulbs out, reverse to install
I need to know also. My dashboard instrument cluster lights are out and can't see the speedometer.
Disconnect negative battery cableTilt the steering wheel to its lowest position and remove the instrument cluster bezelRemove the instrument cluster retaining screwsPull the instrument cluster out,unplug the electrical connectors from the backside and the shift indicator from the bottom (automatic trans models) then remove the cluster from the instrument panel
The legal method to change the KPH to MPH in a Renault Laguna would be to remove the speedometer instrument cluster and take it or ship it to an speedometer and instrument cluster service center where they can legally alter the MPH and KPH with all of the proper paperwork and documentation. Hope this helps!
To remove the instrument cluster on a 97 Malibu, first remove the screw at the bottom right of the radio's molding. Then remove the molding and the screws under the steering wheel. Remove the entire molding surrounding the cluster and the four screws to remove the entire instrument cluster.
Remove the vents and screws under the ac cluster speedometer cluster.
Remove the vents and screws under the ac cluster speedometer cluster.
Remove the dash and remove the instrument cluster, the lights are in the back of the cluster.
* Disable the airbag system * Remove the instrument cluster bezel * Remove the retaining screws and pull the cluster forward * Unplug the electrical connectors and remove the cluster from the car
Begin by removing the instrument panel cover. The instrument cluster will be held in place with for retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws and the instrument cluster will come out.
Remove the instrument bezel first. Pop out the emergency flasher controller and there is one screw behind there. There are two screws above the steering wheel as well. Then gently remove the bezel. The instrument cluster is next with four screws. After you remove those four screws, pull out the instrument cluster and unhook the three electrical connections. If you are removing the actual speedometer you need to remove the plastic case from the instruments. Pull off the trip odometer rubber piece and then there are six tabs that hold the unit in place. Simply pull it out while depressing the tabs. The speedometer then can be removed by three screws on the back of the cluster.
Remove the instrument cluster and replace the bad bulbs. Take the battery cables off!Remove the upper and lower steering colum covers. Remove the four screws on the cover. Tke the screws out of the cluster and turn it over. Replace the bad bulbs. Had to replace the whole cluster on mine as the speedometer and the heat guage were kaput!
1. Remove the plastic cowling by liftin on the front edge nearest the windshield. 2. Unplug all the switched and plugs from the back of the instrument cluster. 3. Remove the four screws securing the instruments to the dashboard. 4. Lift up the instrument cluster and unplug he speedometer cable and flat white pin connector on the passenger side of the cluster. 5. Lift the instrument cluster off. To install, simply reverse the directions.
you must remove the molding around the instrument cluster then the clear plastic cover over the gauges, then you must remove the instrument cluster by taking out screws and disconnecting all three wire harneses, and then disconnect the speedometer cable from the back of the speedometer (make sure speedometer is fully disconnected or else the cable could snap.) Once cluster is free on the backside each light is labeled, turn the plugs counter-clockwise to unlock.
The speedometer cable connects between the transmission and the back of the instrument cluster. To get at the back of the instrument cluster, it would be easiest to remove it. You actually can lay under the dash and remove the cable by pinching the connector at the back of the instrument panel and gently pulling it off. If you kink the cable, it will be ruined, but it's fairly strong. Just don't yank on it. At the transmission end, the cable can be unscrewed from the top of the transmission.
Remove the instrument cluster cover. Each instrument gauge is secured separately with retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws from each gauge. Remove the wiring harnesses from each gauge.
remove the trim panel around the instrument cluster then remove cluster. On the back of instrument cluster are the bulbs just turn them half a turn and they come right out.
You will have to remove the instrument cluster to gain access. Clean the cable very good and then lubricate it with white grease.
Removing the instrument cluster on a Peugeot 206 is simple. You start with removing the steering wheel and then take out the dash board and then take out the instrument cluster.
You will need to remove the instrument panel cover. Remove the retaining screws from the speedometer. The lightbulb will be on the back of the speedometer.
Remove the instrument cluster and take it to a speedometer repair shop. They'll fix the speedo and you can reinstall the whole cluster. Or, do a search on the internet for speedometer or instrument cluster repair. There are several sites that do this. Rick I'm a retired ASE Master/L-1 Technician. I still keep current with the latest automotive technology. Visit my blog for cool articles and TSB's: http://free-auto-repair-advice.blogspot.com
The gauge cluster is mounted from behind the dash with three bolts. You have to reach in behind there and remove the three nuts with a small wrench. Once you remove the nuts, the gauge cluster itself will push back through the dash. From there, you can remove the speedo itself from the cluster. The speedometer only has 3 small screws keeping it mounted to the gauge cluster.
You will need to remove the instrument cluster board. To do that, remove the trim piece around the instrument cluster, then carefully pull the instrument cluster out of the dashboard. Note that the instrument cluster plugs in to a socket in the dashboard, so be careful as you remove the circuit board so that you do not damage the plug. Once the instrument cluster is out, replace all bulbs. They twist to remove, and if the odometer bulb has failed, the others are getting old too. It might be best to replace them all to avoid future problems.