Your mileage counter and gas meter do not work for your 1996 dodge neon what should you do?
There are three things that you could do for this. Take off the top dash piece. It is all one piece just start from one side and work you're way to the other until all the clips are popped up. Then just pull it out. From there remove the two Allen screws on top of the instrument cluster. There are also four screws that need to be removed. Once all that is done slowly and gently pull the instrument cluster towards you. Now 1. Clean out the connectors on the car and the cluster. 2. If you look on the back of the cluster yolu'll see a circuit board. Take a soldering iron and touch each silver dob until it melts. That is all that is necessary for the soldering iron. 3. Go to a junkyard and pull a used cluster from a car the same year as yours.
Don't understand the question. The TRIP METER is supposed to re-set to zero so that it can begin anew with the mileage for each new trip. It is the ODOMETER (total mileage) that is not supposed to re-set. To switch back and forth from the trip meter to the odometer press down for a moment on the plastic stem that protruedes through the plastic lens of the instrument panel.
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If you are referring to the trip meter - change to the meter you wish to re-set and depress and hold down the little stem switch for about 5 seconds - the meter will re-set to zero. If you are speaking of the accrued mileage odometer, tampering with it to change it is against the law and cannot be addressed on WikiAnswers.
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