Installation wasn't too terribly bad. Plan on removing the entire dash pad - don't just unhook one end and try to lift it up and get the cluster out. You risk cracking the dash pad if you do it any other way. Make sure you have some very small torx drivers - like smaller than T10 - I think I used T5 and T6, but it may have also gone smaller. I've used this brand of odometer gears in other cars before, and they hold up so much better than OEM. A nice afternoon project - but make sure you replace both gears. It's also a good time to remove that 'service' lamp from the cluster.
Is your odometer broken but your speedometer still working? Does the volvo dealer tell you that you need to replace the whole instrument cluster? Replacing the whole instrument cluster can be very expensive. You can simply replace an inexpensive odometer gear and it will most likely solve your problem. Its against the law to not fix your broken odometer (we are all protected by the Federal Odometer Act- yes this is really a law. Make sure the odometer is reading accurately in your Volvo with this gear from Odometer Gears Limited.
This is the 12 toothed pod that goes in conjunction with the odometer gear. While the 15 tooth gear is the one that usually goes first, this one should be replaced around the same time to save yourself the hassle of doing the job a second time when it eventually breaks.
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