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    i have just bought a e36 328 convertible
    and the pixels have gon on the dash clocks can i get this fixed or do i need a new set of clocks
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by wimble View Post
    i have just bought a e36 328 convertible
    and the pixels have gon on the dash clocks can i get this fixed or do i need a new set of clocks
    I'm pretty sure it's replacement clocks required

    Be sure that the ones you get are from a 6 cylinder and definitely not a 4 cylinder... You will have fun if you get this wrong
     
     

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    nice one
    when i chang the clocks will the milege display be the same as my car or the car they came of ?
     
     

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    You can repair them if you are good with a solder iron
     
     

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