Which part number is ours? Are you absolutely sure these are the updated versions that fix the problems?
Keep us posted.
Keep us posted.
silverado04;1535313; said:search ebay.. $12.50 each
He raised the price, he did have them at $12.50, still $14.50 is way better then $50plus.. also he ships as many as you want/need for the same shipping, Or did anyway.TheBac;1535565; said:Thanks! Found them! ($14.50 each) #120074739140
silverado04;1536826; said:He raised the price, he did have them at $12.50, still $14.50 is way better then $50plus.. also he ships as many as you want/need for the same shipping, Or did anyway.
I will be buying some from him myself soon.
No!! Absolutely not. The flux used for plumbing contains corrosive acid. Never use that for electronics.Is the flux the same flux that is used for copper pipe.
newfydad;1538166; said:No!! Absolutely not. The flux used for plumbing contains corrosive acid. Never use that for electronics.
Just go to Radio Shack or similar and buy some 60/40 resin-core solder. (Some spell it rosin-core). Thats all you need.
quikag;1540751; said:pardon my ignorance, but what problem are you having with your speedo that requires this repair. Thanks.
Soldering is not hard to do at all. What I would recommend doing is taking apart some broken electronic thing and pratice removing and replacing a few componets on a circuit board. Build your confidence there and then jump into fixing your instrument panel. I would not try to removing/replacing any microminature componets as it is harder to do and the experience is not needed to replace the stepper motor. Microminature componets are very small in size and require additional equipment to work on them. The best thing to do is go to radio shack and talk to one of the employees about the best soldering iron for you. You don't need anything fancy. A $10.00 soldering iron, wet sponge to clean your soldering iron tip, solder/flux and soldering wick to remove old solder is all you will need.winter200;1537050; said:Can anybody get some pictures when they do it. I could probably handle it myself also but do not consider myself a pro at soldering. Maybe a little more info on the soldering tools that work the best. Is the flux the same flux that is used for copper pipe. I usually just turn up the heat and tin the tip and go from there.