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Author Topic: Anyone Know if they make a Digital Gauge Cluster  (Read 993 times)
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« on: 04/24/07 03:23 PM »

I'm tired of stepper motors, does anyone know if anyone makes digital gauge clusters for the AV
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« Reply #1 on: 04/24/07 03:42 PM »

haven't seen any MS3, it'd be cool if they did though
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« Reply #2 on: 04/24/07 08:54 PM »

If they ever make one. I'll be all over it!

I like my digital gauge in my 87' vette & 86' cimarron.
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« Reply #3 on: 04/24/07 09:03 PM »

If they ever make one. I'll be all over it!

I like my digital gauge in my 87' vette & 86' cimarron.
me too, I loved the one in my old truck
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« Reply #4 on: 04/25/07 04:16 AM »

Digital gauges would be a hot-button of like and disklike.  Although towards the end, I started having probs with mine, I loved the gauges on my old GMC Jimmy.  Although the gauge packages that GMs been using are very clear and clean IMO.  Just like everything else though.. make them reliable.
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« Reply #5 on: 04/25/07 04:20 AM »

Digital gauges would be a hot-button of like and disklike.  Although towards the end, I started having probs with mine, I loved the gauges on my old GMC Jimmy.  Although the gauge packages that GMs been using are very clear and clean IMO.  Just like everything else though.. make them reliable.
I had two Sonoma's with them in it and never had a problem with either, but from what I read I guess I was somewhat lucky 
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« Reply #6 on: 04/25/07 05:35 AM »

I had two Sonoma's with them in it and never had a problem with either, but from what I read I guess I was somewhat lucky 

Mine started getting flaky right before I sold it.  The odometer would occasionally not appear and eventually started reading "err".  From what I understand, on ebay, there's a person who redoes them and gets them working right.

I remember that thing being super bright.  Had to make sure you had it dimmed or it'd blind you when you started the truck at night.

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« Reply #7 on: 04/25/07 09:21 AM »

The odometer would occasionally not appear and eventually started reading "err". 

That I can relate to, somewhere around 2.8 million miles it read "FULL". Never bother getting it reset. I just record the the trip meter after each fill up in my record book.
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