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Old 12-18-2011, 09:00 AM
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2001 F-350 lareat trip meter

Im not sure what they are called but its the trip meter that is in consul on roof , the gives milage per gal and direction of travel and temp , the dealership wants $375 for this 2"by 3" box !!!! where can I find one ? is there a aftermarket one ? thanks in advance ! Gordon
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21 views & no reply ? guess no one has ever needed to replace this part !
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No aftermarket replacements. You could possibly retrofit something like ScanGauge - Trip Computer + Digitial Gauges + ScanTools or parts from dakota digital or racepak. If yours has faded out to not being lit, there is a resistor on the board that breaks loose and a few minutes of removing it and resoldering will repair it. It's a pretty easy fix, had to do mine a year or so ago.
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