Kevin Wagner: unfortunately I've already reassembled the clock and reinstalled it but I'll try to explain. The circuit board is clipped into the beige shroud in two places: carefully unclip it so it comes free. One side of the display has a bunch of pins passed through the board- just ignore that. The other side has two pairs of solder joints passing through the board. These are the ones you need to remove. Mine were bent over after being passed through the board but I just heated both joints on one side and slowly pulled until it was free. Then I did the other side.
Before I slid them back into their joints I straightened the bent pins with some pliers so they'd slide in easily. A bit finicky but only adds a few minutes to the procedure. Hope this helps.
Awesome! Took me about ten minutes to complete, and that includes desoldering one side of the display to get to the 230 resistor hidden underneath. I'd recommend doing this to be sure you've covered all the bases, and it made soldering the far side of the 510 resistor much easier. Definitely do be careful about removing the shroud from the dash: I wasn't patient enough and snapped three of the four clips off. Luckily it reseated nicely but it's better not to bust things unnecessarily.
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