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Dash 27 Jun 2017 20:59 #1

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Just purchased a 98 Ciera 2655. The labeling for the toggle switches is worn off. Does anyone have a picture of the labeling? couldn't find it in the manual. Or does anyone know if a 2001 has the same panel, because I found a picture of a 2001 panel. Thanks

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Dash 28 Jun 2017 00:25 #2

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You can just turn on each switch and note what it turns on!
That would be the fastest way to know what switch does what!
Bayliner may may not have changed the panel between those years! Thay also may have changed the position of the switches!
Good luck!
Don

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Dash 28 Jun 2017 01:07 #3

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Here ya go...



Lemme know if ya need a new one... 2x55 Panels

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Dash 28 Jun 2017 05:34 #4

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How much do you get for those??

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Dash 28 Jun 2017 13:08 #6

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I bought a set for my 2004 285 and they look great installed and a high quality product.:)

Mike

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Dash 27 Jul 2017 23:12 #7

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I've had the guage panel out to fix the tach, but wondering how that bottom panel comes out to be replaced without having to remove the steering wheel and system? My bottom panel needs to be replaced but don't think I want to undo the steering system.

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Dash 28 Jul 2017 00:59 #8

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You need to pull the steering wheel, but that's a very simple job. Nowadays auto parts places have them to borrow for free. Just leave a drivers license or small deposit. Nothing hard about it, just take your time and if it doesn't pop right off with a couple raps... use a puller.
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