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Where to Buy Gauge Faces


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i just installed a set from NRauto, easy job actually, just make sure you take pictures of ur needles at idle, warmed up, so you know how to adjust it back to original.

keep in mind in order to install the NR faces, u pretty much will damage the orignal black face during the install. on the NR faces, note there is a peel coat on the back and on the top make sure you remove it prior to installation.

Do not insert your key while the gauge pod is disconnected, otherwise u'll get a check airbag light.

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Where can I buy colored face plates for my gauges. Also, my car is arctic silver with black interior. Any opinions on whether I should install the white or silver?

Why reduce the value of your car and risk having to buy new gauges when you f**k up the indicator needles. At best your gauges will be put of calibration, at worst you buy a new set of gauges.

The factory faces are perfectly good so I advise to leave well enough alone and wait to buy your next Pcar with colored gauges.

The stick on faces tend to come unglued especially in the high heat of summer and can limit the range of movement of the indicator ....I've seen it more than a few times on customer cars. And if you want to remove the stick on's there is then the problem of removing the adhesive residue from the original gauge face without destroying it.

Just my 2 cents. :eek:

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