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Usually the dealer would program the key to the gauge unless you know who can do it for you. Ive had to replace locks because I bought DS that was stolen at some point and I sent my dash out to Rexxer to have they keys programmed to the chip inside the dash.
 

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Usually the dealer would program the key to the gauge unless you know who can do it for you. Ive had to replace locks because I bought DS that was stolen at some point and I sent my dash out to Rexxer to have they keys programmed to the chip inside the dash.
I was told the new speedo would take the programming from the bike

Bike starts and runs on this new speedo vs it would not on a used speedo that i tried
 

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i transferred the board from the old speedo that only had a cracked screen
How did you take your old speedo apart? I removed the 6 small hex screws from the back?...My LCD is completely destroyed and would consider replacement if possible or find a replacement and remove the board as you did...just need help on separating the speedo to get to the internals.
 

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4 screws hold the bezel and 4 are for speedo halves
there's a gasket between halves but it should give u much fight but if u only got 6 and ure missing 2 screws
 

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I removed all of the small screws from around the bezel and the halves won't come apart...just wondering if you had a tough time or if the halves were easy to separate. I have an LCD screen that's damaged but need to get to the internals so I can keep the original odometer reading.
 

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I removed all of the small screws from around the bezel and the halves won't come apart...just wondering if you had a tough time or if the halves were easy to separate. I have an LCD screen that's damaged but need to get to the internals so I can keep the original odometer reading.
nope

both of them separated easily
 
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