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Old 02-01-2017, 09:43 AM   #1
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Default Instrument Pod repair

I have a'90 vert, my screw points for the upper section of the instrument cluster have broken off, and as you drive down the road the cluster shakes. Has anyone else had this happen and how do you fix it?
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I have the same problem with my 93 as the upper left tab is gone, along with the clip. You will have to get creative if the tab is nowhere to be found. Strategically placed strips of velcro, perhaps? If you still have the tab, you 'might' be able to fix it somewhat using JB Weld or one of those plastic weld kits. I have not bothered with either fix yet so i have no idea which method will work best. Its on my to-do list for next months vacation.
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