Originally Posted by jachin
OH GREAT now there is one on the inside too!
l no i havent tried that one too, what does it look like?
There are two general areas to check on: (1) the two large multi-pin plugs going in to the back of the cluster, and (2) the interconnections between the different circuit boards within the cluster. You probably got the two large multi-pin plugs back in all right, but you may have left the ribbon connections between the circuit boards untouched. Separating them and putting them back together again will scrape the oxidation from the pins and give you clean connections.
So yes, you probably need to go in there again in the summer and do a little more disassembly and reassembly this time. OTOH, I found in my case that I only had flickering displays in really cold weather, not warm weather, but YMMV...