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    Default Looking for a Good Guide for Removing Gauges/Install

    I'm just look for a good guide to follow on removing my stock gauges and installing my new ones. Thanx!

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    hmm i dunni i dont have one but i have done the job...maybe tomorrow ill take them out and do it for ya...since im such a nice guy i need to anyways haha

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    Hey thanks man that'd be great. Right now I've gotten the glove box, center console, and cd player stuff out. I'm working on the piece that contains the AC/Heater controls and I'm just not really sure if I can get it out or how to go about it. I've disconnected the cold air and hot air lines but I don't want to force anything unless I know I can. Just Lemme know.

    Thanks for any help you can provide me

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    AllOutRed90
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    wiat you have a GT i have a GTS the controls will be different...you only wanna remove the gauges right?

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    I have a few pictures of my console and where I am so far. My AIM screen name is 'precisionsick.' I'll see if I can catch you sometime while you're on, or hopefully you'll catch me. Either way I think it would be easier to explain with a picture or two. Thanks man. -Pre-

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    i am not using my other computer that has aim on it....but actually i didnt have access to a photo, but i already took my dash apart and put it back together....

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    Did you have any trouble with the hot and cold air lines attached to the hot air cold air knob?

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    i dont know waht you are talking about>? mine must be different then yours due to the fact that its a GTS or sumn, because mine is all removed with bolts screws and plugs...no hot or cold air lines??/

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    Or WishIHadAStick's site: http://www.geocities.com/wishihadastick/
    He's got a guide on guages under the installations tab.
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    You have two choices. Some people have removed the gauges while leaving the temp control in place, not sure how, but they said it is a little tricky. If you want to remove the temp control. you will need to detach two lines, one is near the gas pedal to the right of it,

    the other is under the hood, just behind your throttle body to the left of the coil, yellow arrow is the tb, green is the coil-

    Just slide these off and pull you controls out. When you do this, notice where the blue one comes out of. There is a white tube it slides in and out of that guides it through the firewall, make sure you put it back through there. Also note how the other one is routed before removing to make installation easier.

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    Did this help any?

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    thats some pretty good links guys. good job
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