Question about 2005 Scion xA
I had the same problem. I replaced the instrument cluster. I went to a junk yard and bought a used instrument cluster, then sent that to a tachometer repair facility to have the mileage set correctly. Taking the trim panel off was easy, just two pins on the top hold it in place. Gently pull off the panel, it is plastic and it just snaps in and out. Then remove the three screws that hold the instrument cluster in place, disconnect the plugs and do the reverse to install the "new" instrument cluster. The used part cost me 150 (vs 400 for new) and 150 to have the odometer reset (ripoff I think, but what are you going to do?). Labor was quoted at 110, I did the whole job in about 20 minutes (not including the run-around for parts). Works perfectly now.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
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