Remove the plastic bezel by pulling it carefully from the speedo.
There are several flimsy clips all round so evenly pull the bezel as you go.
Look to the lower sides of the speedo next to each button. Push the plastic out and down to unclip.
With both clips unhooked you can swing the lower section down.
Look at the bottom of the speedo and you will see the production lable.
Peel this back to reveal the clips. This is a warranty lable, you can be careful on removing this
but an intact lable won't fool smart when your speedo lights up any colour except yellow.
Lever these clips up slightly.
There are a pair of clips either side, just pull the cowel out to release them.
On each side is a black plastic clip. Push them in and pull the fascia from the front of the speedo.
The fascia is now clear of the speedo, you can see the 5 clips.
Look at the speedo, the light grey surround can simply be pulled straight out.
Look under the LCD, you will see the ribbon connection.
Lever the top of the connector up and pull the ribbon out.
Pull the LCD section away from the speedo.
Move the speedo needle all the way around...
...push the tab down so the needle can pass.
Continue turning the needle until it faces straight down.
Turn the speedo over and push in all 3 white clips and pull the speedo from the housing.
The speedo is now almost apart.
Look at the back once again and unclip the 2 white clips.
Lift the top of the speedo and slide it over the needle.
The PCB is now laid bare for you to change the LEDs or change the dial face.
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