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Old 05-01-2012, 09:05 PM   #1
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Dash gauge cluster cover replacement

I had to fix this! No part available from Freightliner.
The cluster is removed by 6 8/32 machine screws that attach thru your dash bezel usually wood grain.

The cluster cover is attached by alan screws.

Cover is installed by lifiting the dash bezel away from the dash, with all components in place, i.e., a/c controls, vents, etc.

Attach the cover to the cluster.

Attach the long machine screws that hold the cluster tight to the bezel.

Then reattach bezel.

When you have the cover made, dont forget to have the hole for the trip odometer reset button to protrude thru....I did!
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Old 05-01-2012, 10:13 PM   #2
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Did you use Lexan?

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I had to fix this! No part available from Freightliner.
The cluster is removed by 6 8/32 machine screws that attach thru your dash bezel usually wood grain.

The cluster cover is attached by alan screws.

Cover is installed by lifiting the dash bezel away from the dash, with all components in place, i.e., a/c controls, vents, etc.

Attach the cover to the cluster.

Attach the long machine screws that hold the cluster tight to the bezel.

Then reattach bezel.

When you have the cover made, dont forget to have the hole for the trip odometer reset button to protrude thru....I did!
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