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Old 03-20-2020, 10:11 PM   #12
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Andy,

I have a really small soldering iron and a solder sucker from repairing the later model (2000 - 2006) instrument clusters so I just de-soldered the wires and soldered the new ones on. I think the wires may be the same size but with less insulation on them so they look smaller.

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How did you get to the end of the white wire under the metal part to solder it, is my question. The black wire is a easy job.
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