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Old 09-30-2013, 12:50 PM   #1
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Instrument cluster problems

So ive began to notice when my mustang get cold the cluster begins to act weird, the RPMs will be about 1000 off and the speedo will get stuck at like 25. My question is they have a couple of 2007 S197s out at a junk yard around here with instrument clusters for sale. Would buying one of those and have the milage changed to what my car is currently at now work?
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How much are they selling the cluster for? I got the same problem
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Old 10-02-2013, 02:54 PM   #3
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They had it for 75.
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Does it have more or less mileage than your car? If it had more then you can probably just switch the stepper motors and still have your original cluster. Try to talk them down to $60 ,tell Em you just the motors and not the whole thing
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if its really hot or really cold my gas gauge doesn't work but that's my only problems
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Yeah that's the same thing that happens to me and how hard are the motors to switch?
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Ive seen the stepper motors for$6each, ive taken out the entire cluster out, it's Pretty easy but it's the soldering part Im clueless about
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