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1976 F-150 Instrument Cluster

1976 F150 Ranger, 2WD AT, 390FE 2BB ORANGE with white Lear topper

I started having trouble with the instrument lights, so I removed the instrument cluster. I can see why I was.. The plastic panel that holds everything together fell apart in my hands! 32 years has taken it's toll. Plastic dies young sometimes.

These clusters are some times available on Ebay or salvage yards, but getting scarce. If you have this problem, try to get a good used one, but if it's much more than $80, there is a new instrument cluster frame for $79 at LMC, which can be googled. They seem to have everything, but it's pricey. They also have the flexible circuit board, also pricey.

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