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Old 06 Mar 2006, 08:14 pm
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Had the clear piece that covers the gauges crack on me today. Does anyone know the part number or a price for a replacement?
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Old 06 Mar 2006, 08:25 pm
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Chromed,
I looked in my parts sheet it could be Lens, Cluster 5017906AA. Hope this helps. I'd talk to a parts guy before ordering Also check this site its a square panel Cluster lens 01-05 $119.00 $92.82
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Old 06 Mar 2006, 11:14 pm
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$119 for a clear piece of plastic?
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Old 06 Mar 2006, 11:35 pm
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dealership will get you with those dam crazy prices!![xx(]
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Old 07 Mar 2006, 08:41 am
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and you better replace it yourself...because they will charge you about 2 hours labor...
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Had to replace the same piece when I changed my dash light out.
The dealerships all wanted over $100.00 (Thats NUTS) I just went to a local pull-a-part and got the whole assembly for $30.00 and used the cover off of that.
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does anyone know fo you replace the entire Gauge panel - does the Mileage stay thy same on the digital display
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Old 18 Jan 2008, 02:14 pm
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not sure about that i know by law im sure you arent able to put one in with no miles on it not sure how they do it or are the miles in the computer ??
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does anyone know fo you replace the entire Gauge panel - does the Mileage stay thy same on the digital display
no. the milage is stored in the cluster.
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