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Old 01-05-2019, 10:32 AM   #1
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Cluster gauges

Hi all,

I have a 36' 1999 International AmTran FE flatnose, and the instrument gauges are not reliable.

I'm looking to replace them, but I'm unsure about my options. Currently it has a cluster of gauges that are all one piece. I'm not really a fan of the overall look, and I would like to customize it a bit, if possible. I've never worked on this type of thing before, so I'm not totally sure what I'm dealing with.

So... I guess my question is two-fold. 1) If I can only replace the existing cluster with the same kind, can anyone point me to a site where I might find that replacement, and 2) If I can customize it with individual gauges mounted in my own way, what do I need to look for in the replacement gauges.

I'm a total newbie at this, so please don't blast me if these are stupid questions.

Thanks!
Devon

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Old 01-05-2019, 10:48 AM   #2
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Welcome Devon,

Internationals are prone to gauge failure due to cold solder joints on the back. A common fix is to remove the cluster and properly resolder the connections.

I bet that there is a YouTube video detailing it.
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