Back in early 2017 we were approached by Honda Goldwing enthusiasts about their LCD display screens in their clusters failing. First off, Honda never sold the LCD screen separately. You had to purchase the entire center screen assembly which included the screen, circuit boards, and fuel and temperature gauges. The second issue was that Honda no longer produced these or had any stock left to sell. Goldwing riders were left with purchasing these assemblies used off of ebay which were removed from old instrument clusters. These screens eventually failed and the cycle continued. We quickly went to work and started designing a high quality replacement panel. Later that year we were ready to sell these awesome LCD screens and bring life back to the 1988 – 2000 Goldwing motorcycles.
This listing is one brand new, Tanin Auto Electronix (TAE) Honda Goldwing speedometer LCD screen. Common issues for this cluster are center LCD failure and failed or “browning” instrument cluster backlighting. Your LCD may develop blobs, black spots, or become translucent. Please watch the video shown below to ensure you are able to install this Honda Goldwing LCD screen yourself. If you would prefer our technicians perform the repair instead, we also offer a repair service.
Because failed backlighting is also a common issue with these speedometers, we highly recommend purchasing the bulb kit with your LCD screen. Over time the blue caps turn brown due to heat, and the bulbs also fail. The bulb kit will include 6 genuine Honda bulbs and blue bulb caps. The backlight bulbs and the top LCD illumination bulb can be changed from behind the cluster. The lower LCD and fuel/temp illumination bulb must be changed after disassembling the entire cluster so you might as well replace it while everything is out.
Important note: If you experience your clock not keeping correct time (very fast or slow), NO information being displayed on your LCD screen, no radio information display or other information then the LCD is not your problem. This issue is caused by a failing circuit board behind the LCD screen.