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post #1 of 3 Old 03-26-2014, 08:29 AM Thread Starter Fanatic
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intermittent odometer

My odometer will flash in and out while driving down the road. sometimes it will be on for a while other times it doesnt come on at all. I can tap on the cluster and it will sometimes turn on. it is keeping the miles though i verified with my phone. Do i need a whole new cluster or is there something i can do to fix the issue.

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I had this same issue. Brought it to a local speedometer shop and had it fixed within 20 minutes (and replaced a couple burnt out bulbs as well). Apparently the board connectors needed re-soldering. $75 but local prices may vary...
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Mine does the same thing. Sometimes it wont come on for days, sometimes it works for days. Im going to tear into it because I have 2 instrument cluster bulbs to replace too(I will replace them all)

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