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I'm a new owner and seem to be going through the initiation rites (see "Nuisance Alarms"). When I bought the car it had working LED displays under the speedo, tach and fuel/ temp gauges. After disconnecting the battery to stop the alarms and later back feeding through the lighter socket to open the hood, the display under the speedo is blank but the one under the tach works (for speed only) and the clock works. I hope this one is just a matter of me not knowing how to reset due to not having the correct owners manual. Is there a trick or do I have a real problem?

Ross

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IIRC pelican parts also has a write up on cluster removal, which will provide access to those bulbs.

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Thanks guys

This was a relatively easy one - have ordered LED replacements as per logray's link on "nuisance alarms" - think this case is closed (for now)

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