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i cant seem to find the link to the cluster color change or the product (film) that is non adhesive, can anyone help me out? and yes, i used the search bar.

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i cant seem to find the link to the cluster color change or the product (film) that is non adhesive, can anyone help me out? and yes, i used the search bar.
Did you really, or just say you did ? You couldn't have tried very hard because I got all the below in 3 tries ... Search can be your friend.

Here's a bone ;
http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/showthread.php?t=6939

There is another DIY thread buried in the 7th gen forum with some great pictures of how and where to pry the gauge cluster apart ...

edit - found using forum search (search #2);
http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/showthread.php?t=129106

edit - found same reference post using Google search (search #3);
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2138131/2003-honda-accord/
back in August this "how to" was FULL of pictures, but it's not loading ATM ...
 

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that cardomain is shutdown or something, wont let me go to the site and yes i really did, the links on those threads do not work is all
 

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Transparent...Domain_0&var=650038166860&hash=item58920be995

there is actually a picture of that guys gauges as the cover photo for the item which is strange because it has adhesive.
That's just dumb, don't toss away money on that, you can get the lighting filters for under $3 a sheet, if you're vigilant, you can get them for 87 cents a sheet. Using the high temp lighting gel sheet or film is much easier since it doesn't have an adhesive on either side.
 
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