Hi Folks, The pin that runs through the kilometre counter numbers on my speedo assembly semi regularly drops out of it's position on the right side, (the left side being the little plastic cogs that turn), and obviously once it's dropped out of its resting hole, that end of the numbers fall away slightly from the face plate, of course resulting in the speedo not cranking the numbers round. A few times I've had to take it apart and just guide it back to it's little resting hole pushing the cog end to the right. Has anyone done a creative fix for this or should I be ordering a replacement assembly from GoWesty? Or does anyone have a good spare? Also, Is GoWesty the only place to get the printed circuit board replacement kit? And does the whiz bang circuit board solve the buzzer of doom problem? I followed a video to disengage the buzzer by bending the offending pin on the L shaped circuit board out of the way (which could be re-bent back) and currently enjoy a buzzer free life, but am yet to install an independent oil pressure gauge, unless the new circuit board solves the problem. Cheers, Mark.