I use the gauges that came with my junker. Didn't cost me a dime extra. And, 95% of the time they work. Now there is something to ponder. You could spend the cash on more useful stuff like beer. :beerme:
I dont drink but on the VERY rare occasion. If i had the opportunity to have leftover money to spend, it would be on my jeep. I know the stock gauges aren't very reliable, thats why im looking at auto meter. But all of mine do work(properly I think) i just want them to be accurate and look good. Emphasis on accurate.
I think that the circuit board on the back of the clusters is what causes the gauges to read incorrectly. It just gets dirty back there. The usual fix is to try and clean up the board witha pencil eraser (i believe).
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