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Found a clock ,with a plastic cluster .....over it instead of Glass?

Is this something they did because of the accsessabilty to that lil controller on the glass/plexiglass circular face of the cluster that fixes the time on the clock?

That said got it apart ..... But now to remove that lil thingy in the center of the plastic circle in this case, it's delicate and small with a spring , and it won't budge!

Looking to replace it with glass . The plastic is scratched ? Thanks Dez 2002 1972 base

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Found a clock ,with a plastic cluster .....over it instead of Glass?

Is this something they did because of the accsessabilty to that lil controller on the glass/plexiglass circular face of the cluster that fixes the time on the clock?

That said got it apart ..... But now to remove that lil thingy in the center of the plastic circle in this case, it's delicate and small with a spring , and it won't budge!

Looking to replace it with glass . The plastic is scratched ? Thanks Dez 2002 1972 base

If the clock is from a Tii it will have a plastic crystal, if the clock is from an 02 with auto transmission where the clock is part of the instrument cluster (in place of the techometer), then the cystal is glass.  Not sure how to get the setting knob out of the crystal...

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Clock in cluster, like 1600s had (some) yes the other gauges have glass and the clock is plasitc faced , dont know why but yes ive got one and its scratched as well .Havent ever tried to pull it apart so cant help with removal of that little knob.

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