Repair Dark and Intermittent Clusters with ease!
While the cluster is apart for an LCD repair, it's a great time to replace other problem components in the cluster. This is a bundle of parts that we use when a cluster comes into the batee.com shop.
Signs your board connector may be defective
The four bulbs which illuminate the cluster remain dark, even with the ignition on.
When the ignition is on, the cluster remains dark and the info can't be seen
The cluster is dark with the headlights off, but works with the headlights on.
Sometimes, hitting the dash or hitting a bump causes the cluster to start working properly.
Shining a flashlight on the cluster causes the information to appear.
The cluster LCD panels are dark, but the turn signal and high beam indicators are on constantly.
The cluster works, but the display is very dim.
The cruise control won't set.
The (auto) transmission won't go into Overdrive.
LCD Polarizing Film Restoration (Speedo Panel)
LCD Polarizing Film Restoration (Tach Panel)
LCD Polarizing Film Restoration (Center Panel)
Razor Blades to remove old LCD film
Backlight Repair Paint and Brush
12 pin Male connector (bottom board)
12 pin Female Connector (top board)
Replacement Dimmer Transistor and Smoothing Capacitor
Replacement Xenon Illumination bulbs or LEDs and sockets (4)
Replacement Indicator bulbs and sockets (3)
60/40 Tin Lead Rosin Core solder (don't use acid core or lead-free solder on the cluster!)