Recalibrating Gauge Cluster Needles
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This is a discussion on Recalibrating Gauge Cluster Needles within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; How do you do it? My stupid self took off the needles to sand the paint off the back of ...

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    Recalibrating Gauge Cluster Needles

    How do you do it? My stupid self took off the needles to sand the paint off the back of the gauges and now not even ONE of the gauges works. My speedo is off like 10 MPH, my gas gauge is way off, temp is off...ect ect. AHH! im freakin out

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    Start shopping for a new cluster. This is why I recommend not taking off the needles in my tutorial. It seems that the Subaru cluster is especially sensitive to removing the needles. You may be able to fix them but from what I've seen it's unlikely.

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    once you take the needles off, that's it....time for a new cluster
    i did that and had to buy the sti cluster...
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