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2004 GMC Sierra Instrument cluster repair...made a mistake, need help!

Discussion in 'GM Electrical Tech' started by mikechm3, Feb 2, 2013.

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  1. mikechm3

    mikechm3 New Member

    I took out my instrument cluster and took it apart to replace the stepper motors. I dialed back the needles until they stopped and removed them.

    I forgot to mark an index point where the needles stop after turning them back counter clockwise before i pulled them all off.

    Is there a way to put the needles back on or re calibrate them back to zero without messing everything up?

    I have not removed the old stepper motors, they are just missing the needles and turned counter clockwise untill they stoped. I just stopped everything once i pulled the needles off.

    Thanks.

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