hanksgavin: What part # is your panel? Some seem to have motors that aren't attached to the board.
Jim Flores: Hello Scott,I have replaced the 6 Stepper Motors as described in your training video, reinstalled the dash and all gauges are at and remain at the bottom left, I'm getting no movement of the gauges when the 2005 Chevy Tahoe is on and being driven. Any suggestions on trouble shooting this problem?Thank you, Brian.
Christopher Francis: whats the link
Mary Falzone: (2003Malibu) I saw your video on stepper motor replacement, found it very helpful although I'm finding it difficult to find the proper motor..The motors in mine are not x27 168, but a round metal casing covering upper winding's with four long pins to plug in or out( no soldering). Any help in locating this type would be helpful. Thank you
frankie rodriguez: My park reverse neutral light up went out as well will this fix that problem as well?
kjemradio: People should be aware that ANY static discharge from their hands on printed circuit boards (like this) will destroy the unit. Make sure to handle these things by their edges, do NOT touch the solder points with your fingers (that's where you can discharge static electricity and actually cut your fingers That stuff is sharp), and make sure you touch something metal to bring yourself to the same electrical level as the circuit board (you are NOT grounding yourself. That would be bad if you did).
Melinda Downing: Great kit, great instructions. Thank you for all your help!! :)
judy sokolowski: if you didn't mark with marker how do you reset it
Juan Reyes: so I replaced all of the stepper motors and now only some work. what can I do now? I have a 2003 chevy suburban 1500
jeffrey103009: does it will screwed up my odometer? if i pull it out? or it will stay the same?
Fred C: I can’t seem to figure out which bulbs to buy on ebay as they mostly want to sell goofy colored bulbs or brighter bulbs which likely won’t match the rest of my current bulbs. Would there be bulbs in all of the spots on my dash even for the unused options that I could swap over? Also it appears that at least for the tach, speedo and oil pressure to be accurate they should point to the zero location with the key on engine off. Would it be a good idea to set them there or use that procedure if they get out of position? Thanks for your video and help.
jessie morales: Man i realy like your video i liked and subscrived to your chanel you do a great job ;) thanks for making a video! I know how is it to make a video thats why i preciated !
Boss11Bravo: sweet video, my speedometer been out for a while, ill will try and order the parts and do it my self now, thx
ROBERTO Ruiz: Thank You. I Fixed my wife Tahoe
Dustin Ramsey: Saved me so much money! Thank you!
4418242: where do u purchase the replacement motors???
scott g: So I need to replace all?
Ken H: Nice, condensed, detailed video, thanks for sharing. Fixed all 4 stepper motors on my wife's Montana in about an hour. I did pick up a low priced de-soldering iron ($14 - Radio Shack) which made this change out real quick.
Rigoberto Hernandez: Thanks for the video. I was looking to buy a new one, now I'ma look to fix it looks real ez...
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