We repair and rebuild your 2004 or 2005 Ford Explorer cluster.
Common issues this Ford instrument cluster repair service covers:
- Intermittent or total cluster power loss
- Loss of dome lights, radio, and power windows
- Failed backlighting
Often times, the gauge cluster will start working once the truck “warms up”, or later in the day when the weather is warmer. By purchasing our Ford instrument cluster repair service, we replace and rework many electronic components inside the cluster and replace all of the light bulbs in the instrument panel.
Some clusters may require stepper motors to be replaced. If after diagnosis of your cluster it is determined a stepper motor is needed an additional cost of $19.99 will be charged for each stepper to be replaced.
If you have individual gauges that read incorrectly or don’t move at all, then you must contact us ahead of time. If you fail to tell us about these issues before we receive your gauge cluster, then these issues will not be fixed.
We can replace all of the gauge motors at an additional cost. This typically isn’t included because these motors have a very low failure rate and the issues are unrelated to the more severe and common issues associated with these Ford clusters. Replacing all of the motors would also increase the price of the Ford instrument cluster repair service for everyone.
Immobilizer data is stored in the 2004-2005 Ford Explorer gauge cluster, so the vehicle will not start with the cluster removed. We do offer replacement gauge clusters, but keep in mind the vehicle will not start until you have a local shop or Ford dealer program the immobilizer data into the new cluster once you install it into your vehicle. The only other way to avoid this is to still send us your original instrument cluster so we can then copy your data into the refurbished replacement.