GRS has a $75-$100 diag fee of an Instrument cluster if after bench tested the cluster is functioning to factory specifications. Please have the vehicle diagnosed at a repair shop to help ensure it is a cluster issue and not a vehicle issue to help avoid this fee.
GM instrument clusters can have several issues ranging from gauges, odometers, and LCD screens to complete failure causing only a few indicator lights to work. We offer to fix individual issues or to rebuild the entire cluster fixing and preventing these issues.
Ford instrument clusters main issues can cause gauge, odometer and LCD screens to stop working or work intermittent, eventually leading to complete failure. These issues can cause power windows, radio, dome light and other interior systems to fail with the cluster, intermittent at first these issues will eventually become permanent and in some cases rendering the vehicle inoperable as some vehicles main computer go through the instrument cluster.
Dodge truck cluster issues range from LCD display issues to individual or multiple gauge issues. Dodge and Chrysler vehicles also use an illuminated gauge overlay which may have issues causing it to not be visible at night. The instrument cluster will be fully functional but the backlight will not work. Many Chrysler products instrument cluster act as a control module which interacts with multiple components throughout the vehicle, this means a bad instrument cluster can cause other issues.
Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Hyundai, Subaru,Kia, Lexus, mazda, Acura,Infiniti, Mitsubishi, Scion
Mercedes-Benz, VW, BMW, Audi, Porsche, Volvo, Fiat, Mini, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Maserati European family of cars main instrument cluster issues are LCD screen pixelation issues.