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Old 03-27-2009
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How 2 Video: 2004+ Cluster - Dissasembling inside

How to dissasemble the inside of your 2004 or newer video:

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Odometer Chip

Using the flat side of a ruler to push the pins out of the female sided connector for the odometer chip

View of the female connector for the odometer chip

Important! don't forget to remove the little green plastic guy that makes the odometer look "green" at night. Its between the clear window and the back side of the odometer chip.
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looks good, also nice tip with the grounding out never thought about that
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