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post #1 of 5 Old Aug 14th, 2007, 3:42 pm Thread Starter
 
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Anyone tried the speedometer modifcation

A few days ago I saw instructions for soldering a couple of jumpers on the speedometer circut board to correct the speedometer reading for 99-04 LT's. I'm not worried about doing the work, but I was wondering if anyone tried this or had any problems after doing it. Thanks Dave
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We've done about 6 of them in my gearage with no problems.



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I did it this winter and am now within 1 mph according to the gee pee ess.

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I did it on my '02. No problems. But if you have a GPS and look at it most the time anyway, I'm not sure the mod is worth the time and trouble.
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post #5 of 5 Old Aug 14th, 2007, 5:31 pm
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MANY have done it. I have done several myself. It is not hard, IF you have a little experience soldering on compact circuit boards. If not, BE CAREFUL! Too much heat can damage it. You should have access to a very small tipped, low wattage or controlled temperature soldering iron.

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