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    Mk4 dials are fitted are fitted to my Mk3 GSi

    Finally got my Mk4 dials in.
    What a pain in the flipping backside!!!!!!
    You have to cut the black bit out,the original dash screws to,for clearance.
    Looks smart now they are in,got individual direction indicators,and fog light warnings.

    Still needs the temp gauge sorting,and the speedo wiring up from the ABS signal.
    And the fitment needs a little tweaking.

    All in all its ace,but not for the faint hearted
    Couple of pics.



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    wow lee thats very cool! Fancy doing a how to for the site!
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    When its all in and working well i will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEE69 View Post
    When its all in and working well i will.
    about time you did something


    looking good mate

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    Shut it Mr H.

    oh and Ta

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    Excellent, loving that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEE69 View Post
    Finally got my Mk4 dials in.
    What a pain in the flipping backside!!!!!!
    You have to cut the black bit out,the original dash screws to,for clearance.
    Looks smart now they are in,got individual direction indicators,and fog light warnings.

    Still needs the temp gauge sorting,and the speedo wiring up from the ABS signal.
    And the fitment needs a little tweaking.

    All in all its ace,but not for the faint hearted
    Couple of pics.


    Where did you buy your white dials? also did you change the bulbs? can you point me in the right direction on where to get it and how muhc,thanx.Oh forgot to mension i have a astra mk4 1999

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    They were on the dials when i got them.
    they are out of a 2.2 if that makes any difference.

    Yes the bulbs are Aqua LEDS that i have had for a number of years now.

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    Looking very good lee,
    i knew the clocks would go to good use

    well done

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    shit hot mate, that looks tip top

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