Instrument Panel Component Kit (1990-1996)

Fix your LCD, Tachometer and other problems with ease!

 

 

Over the years, we've identified several problematic components which cause specific problems in the cluster, such as LCD failure, power supply not turning on, analog gauges reading incorrectly, etc. Vibration and time cause some of the less well secured components to break away from the board. Reverse polarity jump starts and 24V jump starts can cause protective diodes in the cluster to fail. This is a kit of parts to repair those issues.

Contents of the 90-96 Component Kit

 

Signs your Cluster Components may be defective1111

  • The LCD is blank or the display is corrupted or flickering, even after replacing the LCD connector.

  • One or more analog gauges is malfunctioning

  • The tachometer is still malfunctioning, even after replacing the calibration IC

  • The 4.7V Zener Power Supplies don't work

  • A component has broken away from the logic board

  • A component has disintegrated, smoked or is leaking

  • The car experienced a reverse polarity jump start or battery install, or a 24V jump start

  • You have replaced the LCD connector set and/or Tach Calibration IC and are still experiencing issues

  • You've checked the wiring and found no problems

 

Contents

  • 1: C1

  • 2: C3

  • 3: C4

  • 4: C12

  • 5: C21/22

  • 6: C23

  • 7: D1

  • 8: D2

  • 9: Z1

  • 10: Z2

  • 11: R1

  • 12: R2

  • 13: R3

  • 14: R4

  • 15: R21-25

  • 16: R31

  • 17: R32-34

  • 18: U1 - Display Driver IC

  • 60/40 Tin Lead Rosin Core solder (don't use acid core or lead-free solder on the cluster!)

  • Schematic, Instructions and Troubleshooting Guide are online - Click here