This DIY is for if you need to swap the needle assemblies between instrument clusters of the same part number. Whether you bought a used instrument cluster and want to keep your original mileage on the odometer (instead of having to document mileages from your old one, and calculate it from the new cluster, or having it be wrong from the chassis mileage from the car, which will be a pain when trying to sell it, because you DO have to notify buyers of that.), sorry, I got away from my original point... Whether you bought a used cluster, or you simply bought brand new needle assemblies from Honda (like I did), this DIY will work for you. This is for a 98-00 Manual instrument cluster. The only other instrument cluster I have experience with is a 98-00 V6 cluster, and it was the Ford cluster. It is pretty much the same as this, but no tabs in the back (you'll see this pictured later), and it was all once piece. So with that being said, do this at your own risk, and if you have a different cluster, just know it won't look identical to this DIY. Okay, on to the pictures. Oem goodness. First of all, you need to remove the instrument cluster from the car obviously. I didn't take pictures, because honestly if you can't do that, then you don't even need to attempt this. Once you have the cluster out, remove the clear cover, and the black housing via tabs pictured below: Now on the back of each needle motor, there will be these 2 tabs holding it in place. You will need to bend these outwards to remove the assembly. There are 4 sets of these tabs, for each needle obviously. Once you have the tabs bent, you simply lift up on the assembly to pop it out of where it's connected on the circuit board. Do that with all 3, and you have this: You just pop the new needle assembly in reverse of the way it was removed. Put pressure on the middle of it where it attaches, to ensure it pops into place properly. It will "pop" into place. Don't push so hard to break anything, just a snug "pop." You'll know when it's in. (thatswhatshesaidlololol) Do that with all 3: Don't forget to bend the tabs on the back the way they should be bent to hold it in place, then just put the instrument cluster back together in reverse of removal and you're good to go! You now have new needle assemblies in with your original circuit board to keep your original mileage! Out with the old, in with the new.