Many people experience issues with their mileage or display in their instrument panel and are unaware that replacing
the instrument cluster is quite simple and can be done on your own. We sell a
variety of Chrysler / Dodge / Jeep instrument clusters that will be shipped to you fully programmed and ready for installation. Many clusters have slight variations. Some clusters come with
tachometers, others come without. The same is true for transmission temperature gauges so it is important to know exactly which cluster you currently have in the vehicle you are working on.
When ordering your instrument cluster, you will need to provide the make, model, mileage, and VIN number. With this information the clusters will be fully programmed and ready
to install in the car or truck. We offer clusters for the following Chrysler,
Dodge & Jeep cars and trucks: PT Cruiser, Ram, 1500, 2500, 3500, Dakota,
Durango, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Ram Van, Wrangler, B1500, B2500, B3500. These instrument clusters also include a core charge which you will receive back when the original broken cluster is returned to us. The package will arrive with a UPS call tag which allows you to send it back at no cost to you! Instrument clusters can be shipped out overnight or second day air but they take approximately two days to be programmed before shipping. Keep in mind any and all clusters are fully tested before shipment.
Turn around time on the core refund averages 10 to 20 days after the old core is
Once you have decided on the instrument cluster that works for you and have it delivered, the installation process is quite simple. You will want to begin by turning the key to the on position so the display is visible. Put your gear selector into the lowest possible gear and tilt the steering wheel down so that you can get to the assembly that attaches to the cluster and pry back the clips. Once removed, take out the four screws and the cluster will be loose from the vehicle. Simply remove the connector, plug in the new cluster and refit the screws and the molding and you are good to go!
There is a video that you can view on our website that shows the process.
Of course certain vehicles have other steps that may need to be done and it is always best to refer to your favorite Chilton, Haynes or OEM factory manual. It is always best to have a reference manual to avoid deploying airbag or
any other sensors that can be associated with the instrument cluster in your vehicle. Once you have the new cluster in position, hit the open road and enjoy!
Please contact us with any questions on choosing the correct cluster.