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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Feb 15th, 10, 06:52 AM Thread Starter
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Question Printed Circut Board Replacement

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Does anyone know how to replace the printed circut board for the instrument panel? The one I have in my 67 with tach appears to have a lot of burnt spots. I have a new board, but I'm not sure how the old one comes off and the new one goes on.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Re: Printed Circut Board Replacement

I replaced one in my corvette once and as I remember it was just held in by some push fasteners to the back of the pod. If you get the panel out I think it will be simple.

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Re: Printed Circut Board Replacement

Scott, it is easy once you get the instrument housing out, it is attached with a few screws. To get the housing out you need to drop your steering column from under the dash (make sure to support it, do not let it drop farther down then you need to get the housing out). There are good posts about this. There is a ground attached to the top center screw which you should make sure is working when you put the housing back in or you are guaranteed to have troubles.

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Re: Printed Circut Board Replacement

Thanks Guys for the info!
I just wasn't sure if it was epoxied or something to the back. A project to do when and if it ever gets back from paint.

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Re: Printed Circut Board Replacement

Scott,
One thing to look for while you're doing the circuit board - I had trouble with my dash lights not working. I thought it was the circuit board, but instead the black plastic light holders -don't know what else to call them- were corroded inside where the bulb makes contact. If you're reusing old, make sure the copper leads inside make good contact with the light bulbs. I used a small file to clean off the corrosion. Lights work great now.

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