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Custom R32 Instrument Cluster (Faded Screen FIXED)

Published on June 18, 2018 under MK4 R32 Rehab

This is my FAVORITE car mod yet. The center screen in my instrument cluster was not working? So I removed the cluster, and sent it to have the faded screen repaired. I had a full color MFI installed. Now the cluster has the tons of options and settings, with out having to replace the instrument cluster. Gauges, needles, cluster LEDs, and more can all be changed. The cost will depend on what mods you want done to the cluster. The way mine is modified will cost you about $500. This may actually be cheaper than buying a new cluster. Also if you simply want the screen replaced with the style that came in the car, you’re looking at about $150.

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