Gauge cluster came loose
Hi all, I did not see a thread on this so sorry if it is a duplicate. Actually I have two issues:
Car is a 69 convertible
1. My gauge cluster came loose. It was loose before, but when I did my engine and had the column out, I was able to get my hand up there and get some screws in place. I felt it was a temporary fix though. Went over some rough roads the other day and the gauges looked like the were gonna fall out. Now they wiggle and shake at the slightest bump. I assume I have to completely remove the dash to get up there correctly? I do not see how a dash pad like earlier years can be removed to get access. Removing the dash seems difficult and bums me out knowing all the vacuum back there. Do I need to remove the dash? Do I need to remove all components attached to it first? Is there a video somewhere that shows how to do this?
2. To cancel my left turn signal, I need to turn the wheel to at least the 8:00 position, but to cancel the right, barely 1:00. Is there a way to adjust that piece to even it out? Last I have the steering wheel off, it did not seem like that piece could move without affecting the position of the steering wheel.
Thanks a bunch!
Torque (tork), n: 1. The tendency of a force to rotate the body to which it is applied. 2. See also: GTO