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Old 12-18-2001, 10:47 AM
Mercedes Fred Mercedes Fred is offline
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Location: Kingston, Ont.
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none of the cogs were shorn and i did not need to remove the dial and facia plate.

the main odo had "derailed" from its normal position, and I was able to jiggle it back into position. I expect that by resetting the trip odometer whilst the car was moving, the odo derailed rather than shearing the gear. a much easier fix.

thanks for all the inputs from past posts on instrument cluster removal and odo-broken theories.
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