View Full Version : Electronic gauge cluster repair or anything else with a circuit board.

February 14th, 2015, 09:09 PM
Found this company through a Mustang forum:


They appear to repair anything electronic. PCM's, ECM's, household electronically operated appliances and discontinued parts.

Our '05 Mustang GT gauge cluster went out a few months ago and a replacement was around $800. There is this company though in South Carolina that repaired our cluster for $150 and has a lifetime warranty. The servos that operate the needles were out in most of our gauges. They replaced all of them (6 total) with more robust units that are better than stock. They have same day turnaround in most cases. It took two weeks for mine because of ground shipping to them and back.

http://i1170.photobucket.com/albums/r534/zjrockrig/4E6D7DA5-BD67-48EA-8E2B-D322CF76A9C1.jpg (http://s1170.photobucket.com/user/zjrockrig/media/4E6D7DA5-BD67-48EA-8E2B-D322CF76A9C1.jpg.html)

February 14th, 2015, 09:27 PM
That's pretty cool with the lifetime warranty. For those with soldering skills you can pick up a set of steppers for 20 bucks off of Amazon.

February 14th, 2015, 09:32 PM
Yea I figured by the time I ordered parts and impatiently destroyed the gauge cluster dissasembling it, and after probably 3 months with parts sitting on the bench, I was money and time ahead just to send it to them LOL! ;)

February 15th, 2015, 12:47 AM
Having wasted time and money on many an "easy project" I can definitely relate. :D