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Resisters behind the cluster circuit board. the solder joints came loose. easy fix

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I had a similar issue but the issue is not related to connections. There are many steps involved with this, but it is related to two transiters on the circuit board that have overheated the connection for the odometer and the tachometer. To complete this job, I did it with a $17 soder gun and $3 worth of tin solder.

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This link that I followed will fix the issue.

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Remove the instrument panel and you will see two resistors on the circuit board that heated up and turned the circuit board brown. There will be a bad solder joint at one end of one of the resistors. Take a low temp soldering iron and solder the connection and you'll get your tach, odometer and shift indicator back. The whole procedure took me about 1.5 hours!

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