Top critical review
Easy, frustrating, but doable.
Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2019
The product arrived as packaged and seen in the photograph. my biggest issue with the product is it there are zero instructions with it. There is not even any hint or link as to where you can go and find installation instructions. That being said I did find quite a few instructions both written and on YouTube showing how to replace the stepper motors. However my truck came with incandescent lights on the gauge cluster and what is supplied in the kit are LEDs. The LEDs are direct replacement however they will not work unless installed in the proper polarity. nowhere on the internet did I find how to tell which solder point was positive and negative regarding the bulb or LED installations. for those coming after me I will tell you that the positive leg of the LED is the longer of the two. Once you cut them to equal length you can tell which is the positive leg because inside the LED itself the negative leg looks like an arrow and it points to the positive leg. The way I found all of my positive connections was too very carefully plugin the gauge cluster PC board to the dash of my truck and turn the lights on and I took one of the LEDs and went around to each set of bulbs checking the polarity and marking which was positive. also there probably will not be enough of the color you select as I believe there are 10 or 11 LEDs of each color red, blue, green, clear and I believe you need one more than is supplied in each color. Therefore I used clear ones for the turn signals. I changed all the rest to blue. By the way you will need to turn on your turn signals and carefully hold your tester led to find the positive lead. Since it is flashing and not always on you have to hold the leads very carefully to make sure you're making contact so you can tell which way is positive.
finally I'm glad that my truck needed one less stepper motor then was supplied because one of the stepper motors supplied in the kit was bad.
after everything was working the next issue I had was getting all of the needles to zero after being installed in the truck. The stepper motors have a stop going counter-clockwise and if you set the needles to zero at that stop as is described on most videos the problem then becomes once the truck Powers the board up the zero in the truck will probably not be the same. So I installed everything together except the top clear lens and took my truck out for a spin and kept fiddling with the needles until I got them all where they needed to be to zero them all out. All in all everything together took about two and a half hours.