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Old 09-16-2015, 07:51 PM   #1
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Actia instrument cluster

Can someone tell us or tell us where to go (be nice-hehe) to find out how to replace the actia instrument cluster on our Winnebago Suncruiser workhorse chassis. I hope I am asking this correctly. I looked on YouTube but didn't find anything on motorhomes. We can't hardly read mileage or other numbers on the panel. Thanks

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Brazel's in Centralia, WA. Call Jon. They are big supporters on this forum and are very helpful.

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I've read that you can return the dash gauge unit to Actia for repairs at reasonable cost. Here is the contact info that another owner used:

Here is the contact info for the Actia company. Patrick at Actia was quite pleasant to work with. The bill for replacing the display and renewing the three cloudy gauge covers was $125.

PM me if you need some guidance on getting the dash panel out. It's not difficult at all.

Patrick Yuen
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Direct Line: (574) 266-2649
Fax: (574) 266-2749
Actia Corporation
52765 Bridger Court
Elkhart, IN 46514
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Former owner of 2004 American Tradition
Home is in the Ocala Nat'l Forest near Ocala, FL
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I have changed quite a few of them, many times the manufacturer didn't source the correct screws and they have a small nut behind each mounting screw, a small right angle ratcheting screwdriver was helpful as well as nimble fingers and the ability to work by "braille". the top of some dashcovers is removable and can provide decent access. Sorry I don't know exact brand/model configurations, but its definitely a job for a flexible contortionist most of the time
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