Very easy. The bezel twists off to let you remove the glass. You may have
to gently pry the bezel (slightly) away from the speedo body to loosen it
up, but use care. Once loose, it will twist until the slots on the bezel
line up with the tabs on the speedo body.
> From: Edwin Vaughan <email@example.com>
> To: 'MG NUTS' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Speedo Glass
> Date: Tuesday, July 27, 1999 6:08 AM
> Hello All,
> Is it relatively "easy" to remove the glass that covers the speedo? I
> my dash out so it would be easy to get at the speedo, and that glass
> a good cleaning or replacing. I have never done this before in any car.
> Would I be better off leaving well enough alone?
> Thanks in Adaveance,
> '77 B
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