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Old 01-28-2011, 12:30 PM   #1
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Looking for a couple original parts...

...in good working condition, of course.

Need the factory style volt meter guage, factory style clock, and a source for the factory style bulbs that go behind the guage cluster. I've searched and oly found links to the LED bulbs.
Not sure what years were interchangable but mine is a 1990.
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...in good working condition, of course.

Need the factory style volt meter guage, factory style clock, and a source for the factory style bulbs that go behind the guage cluster. I've searched and oly found links to the LED bulbs.
Not sure what years were interchangable but mine is a 1990.
Thanks!
The gauges you are looking for are part of an entire cluster which includes the clock oil pressure volts and water temp I've got the whole cluster if u are interested the bulbs can be picked up at your local auto parts store

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The gauges you are looking for are part of an entire cluster which includes the clock oil pressure volts and water temp I've got the whole cluster if u are interested the bulbs can be picked up at your local auto parts store
Thanks for the reply. I'm aware they are part of a cluster and I've had mine all out recently. I replaced the circuit board and damaged my volt meter in the process. My clock has a broken off screw in one of the leads.
Do all the guages work properly in your cluster and is the lens cover intact?
What do you want for it?
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Will the Instrument cluster from a '89 fit a '95. I too am looking for a working clock.
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The lens is in good shape the factory wiring to the clock shorted out but the clock will still work if you hook it up to a 12v source so basically You just need to run a ground and a power wire for the clock all the other gauges work fine
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Will the Instrument cluster from a '89 fit a '95. I too am looking for a working clock.
I think the 95 had a different style of gauges but it should work if I am correct the 4wd light is part of that cluster and on a 89 its on the steering column area I could be completely wrong though

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