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source for reasonably priced IPC?

hello,

it turns out that turner diagnostics, the guys in the UK, the only qualified techs i can find to repair my gauge cluster are a bunch of turds.

long story short, they're not repairing my cluster and i've been without it over a month and i've decided to explore buying a new one.

does anybody know where i can find YAC500475PVJ for a good deal?

recursive googling has gotten me down to about $850 compared to the dealer's $1400, but that's still more than i'd like to spend.

has the climate changed on whether or not we can use our nanocom to program used clusters to our trucks?

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I have had many instrument clusters repaired by Zepco in Texas. I have used them for Mercedes, Audi, Lexus, and other complicated units. They haven’t failed me yet.
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Awesome thanks! Most cluster repair folks I find only do bad motors, burnt out LEDs, and stuff like that... not equipped to JTAG the electrical operations.

I actually found an outlet on the other side of my state, but they want a lot of money. Alexbbs from nanocom gave me instructions on how to mate a used cluster to my truck, so as soon as I get the original back I’ll try it. My used cluster arrived today.

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