Originally Posted by scfishnman
Great idea. I have the same problem. Can you describe the process to move it? what did you cover the original hole with?
I removed the board with the instrument cluster by just removing the screws holding it down, pulled it back a bit to access the wire harness.
Noted each harness plug going to each instrument and unplug them all.
removed all instruments from the board by removing the holding clamp in the back or the 4 screws holding the digital display.
Got me a piece of thin wall paneling left over from old remodel job at home and cut it to size, the thickness of the panel was almost the same as the original.
Lay over the original, drew and cut the outer outline with a small saw on the new panel.
Took new board back to the coach and carefully marked the outline of the hole in the back of the board.
Note: I even out the opening cut out cutting a bigger opening leaving enough edge (about 3/8) to support the board and the screws. Did this to be able to slide the digital display as far up as possible.
Layover the original on the new one to draw the outline of each instrument in its new location starting with the digital display, and the 2 large ones, and marked each new location. Be careful to account for the bezel on the front side, one of mine was a tight fit, almost had to start again.
Drilled and cut out each of them, painted, and got them all back on the new board.
Plugged it all back in and screwed the new board on the dash.
I hope it helps.