i recently installed indiglo gauges...but i had a hell of a time slipping them covers over the original meter. so i must have moved the needles around a lot (i didnt take me off tho) trying to slip on the covers, took me almost an hour, and i finally got em back on. i guess i messed up the gears that move the needles, cuz once i started driving again after installing, my fuel is always full, i'm always running 3 RPM's even when i'm stopped, my temperature is always cold, and my speedometer thinks i'm going 60 MPH when i'm barely moving. (!!!!!!!!) this is real dangerous, and i wanna kno whats the best way to get this fixed as fast as possible. i don wanna buy new gauges, i love the look but what good is it if all th readings are wrong? any help would be great.