It is never a good idea to post one's email address in an online, public forum. I encourage you to edit your post and delete your email address before a web crawler harvests it. It doesn't take a genius to craft a convincing spear phishing email containing an embedded link to a "CUE Replacement Procedure" enticing the recipient to inadvertently install malware on their machine/system with a double-click of their mouse. People fall for this constantly, because it looks legit and they were expecting it. Opportunity with a malicious payload make an ideal attack vector.
Follow the posted instructions in the referenced thread to obtain the procedure. Protecting your online privacy is important to me. No exceptions.
PMs to obtain the XTS CUE replacement procedure are required for your privacy protection and to discourage one-post-and-ghost lurkers who aren't contributing members of the community. Being a part of the forums has its privileges!
I did this replacement on my 2014 when the car had about 80K miles on it. Purchased the replacement screen on ebay for about $100. This is a tedious job, to first remove the display unit. Then to repair the Cue unit, then to reinstall. I view myself as an experienced home mechanic and would set aside 3 plus hours to do the job. Good luck
Tedious is an understatement. Mr. Clarke, a good man, made it doable with confidence.
What to say “thank-you” for the que instructions. Excellent detail and precisely organized. It’s exactly on spot. Never be able to do it without the precise step by step. As always, when finished, have one screw left out.