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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have to take the dash cover off. (just like when you want to change your radio).
It's not really that hard, but most people are uncomfortable when it comes to working on dashboards.
The options are, the dealer (expensive) a auto stereo shop (mid price)
The majority of dash covers are hled on by little spring clips. and just a few screws (which always seem to be placed in unusual locations). Start with taking the ashtray out (if equiped) and look for screws hidden behind it. (can be screws, can be screws with hex heads). So it's look for fasteners, give a little tug on the dash, if it feels solid, look for more fasteners.
Note*** Always make sure to have a small tray to keep all of the parts in. Also, any time I work on dashboards, I always put a blanket across the seats/center console so that parts don't slip down between them.
I've done dash work for years, and there is no one "exact" way that they come apart.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
First thing I would do is make sure you battery cables have a flawless connection. I had a Honda with a similar problem. I changed the battery cable and it all went away. Like magic. Sometimes these can be a simple fix.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
It is very possible that you have an open circuit in your connector. I do agree that aftermarket parts have different resistance valves than the OEM, but in this case I think you have more of an electrical problem than a parts replacement problem. Check continuity from the MAF connector to the ECM. Make sure you clean out the air cleaner box and install a new OEM air filter. Aftermarket filters don't alway fix properly and can leave an air gap around the filter. This can allow debris to enter the engine and also contaminate your MAF.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
actually it works in battery. check the coil associated with the RPM meter or if your battery charge is low recharge it. You ll get it fixed :) Please rate this!!
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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