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Old 02-22-2015, 07:12 PM   #1
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2004 monaco workhorse instrument cluster

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Have a 04 monaco workhorse, w22, and instrument cluster is unreadable, seen repair companies go from 198 to 498, has anyone used them and most important do they resolve issue.

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Hi:

Have a 04 monaco workhorse, w22, and instrument cluster is unreadable, seen repair companies go from 198 to 498, has anyone used them and most important do they resolve issue.

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I used Ultra RV on my 05 PA W22 and it definitely resolves the issue very pleased with there work https://ultrarvproducts.com/store/in...product_id=843
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I posted in the Workhorse forum comparing the repair by BBA to Modulemasters and BBA doesn't replace the LCD but tries to fix the connectors and cable instead. Modulemasters replaced the LCD and all the stepper motors and reflowed solder on known circuit board areas of failure. I used Modulemasters and am very pleased thus far. See my thread in the Workhorse forum.
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I didn't know how to post a link when on my iPad, so here is a link to the discussion I had in the Workhorse Forum: LCD Repair
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