Re: Dead Tach - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
To disassemble the tach, you remove the four screws holding the white plastic mount to the cluster frame, remove the plastic circuit board (releasing the weird 6-prong clip), remove the three small screws holding the tach face to the white plastic mount, then remove the three screws on the back securing the actual tach mechanism to the white plastic. After that you need to slide the tach circuit board out of its mount. It's fidgety, but you don't need to mess with the needle. Although it seems like it would be, putting it back together is not all that hard. It isn't necessary to remove the circuit board if you're just replacing the tach mechanism - I just noted it for "full disassembly."
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- Dead Tach, Jawerdna , Sat, 4 Nov 2017 12:44:48
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