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Instrument Cluster Dodge Charger Magnum (2005-2010) Rebuild

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  • Regular price $150.00


Attention:

This rebuild service requires that you:

  • Verify that your cluster matches the product photo

  • Remove your cluster

  • Carefully pack and ship it to us - Instructions

  • We rebuild it and ship it back to you

  • Re-install your cluster

Known issues we fix:

  • Dead or intermittent fuel gauge

  • Dim or dark back-lighting on odometer and PRNDL

  • Dead cluster

What this rebuild includes:

Year/Make/Model(s) applicable:

  • 2005 Dodge Charger

  • 2006 Dodge Charger

  • 2007 Dodge Charger

  • 2008 Dodge Charger

  • 2009 Dodge Charger

  • 2010 Dodge Charger

  • 2005 Dodge Magnum

  • 2006 Dodge Magnum

  • 2007 Dodge Magnum

  • 2008 Dodge Magnum

  • 2009 Dodge Magnum

  • 2010 Dodge Magnum

  • Others may apply

Part Number(s) applicable:

  • P04602497AC

  • P04602497AD

  • P04602497AE
  • P05172107AE
  • P05172107AF
  • P05172118AE
  • P05172118AF
  • P05604944AE
  • P56044944AC
  • P56044944AH
  • P56044944AI
  • P56044947AE
  • P68060566AC
  • Others may apply

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Customer Reviews

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J Mack
Just great!

I bought a cluster to send for rebuild with failed lighting unknown to me at the time. When I installed it every thing worked perfect except lights. They offered to fix the original cluster out of my car for free. How fair minded is that who could ask for better! Thanks MM!

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Robert Hutton

Part was repaired and functioning properly now.

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Carole Oldroyd
Works, when my several Youtube/DIY fixes did not!

I have a 2007 Dodge Charger with the bouncing fuel gauge, that sometimes would send a check engine code, and sometimes not. This can be a confusing one to trace, but the problem is ALMOST ALWAYS IN THE CLUSTER. After seeing dozens of Youtube videos about home soldering fixes, I tried them and they didn't work. Then I paid a mechanic to eliminate the possibility that it was a pump/sending unit issue, and they isolated the problem to the cluster.

Then I called around to Speedo repair places in Utah. Couldn't find one that gave me confidence they could do Dodge clusters, but one GM cluster specialist told me they wouldn't trust any of the their local competitors to do the job, the referred me to Module Master in Idaho. That's who I used.

Not cheap, but turn around was less than a week and warrantied. Popped it in, no check engine lights, no codes, no bouncing gauge. Looks good one week after install.

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Ossie Elkins
Great Service

Top notch service repair was done well. Highly recommend

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