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kpair

Moisture in all my guages

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kpair

I have a 2003 Sporty LX. All my guages (Speedo, Tach and Fuel/Temp/Press/Bat) fog up with moisture on the inside. Has anyone experienced this and if so what do I need to do to correct it?

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jgouveia3

you need to drill a small hole (1/8" i believe) on the back side of the gauges (at the 5 o'clock position i think). search this site or the old bu site for more details.

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99response

i've always drilled them at 6 o'clock so the water can drain out, probably dosen't matter all that much anyway

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