The LCD cluster display readout on this 2012 Hyundai Elantra was very dim, so you could barely see the odometer mileage and the trip mileage, and the PRNDL display couldn’t be seen at all. The new car dealer wanted $550 for a replacement cluster display.
This is why our manager wears a cape and is routinely heard saying, “ENORMIS to the rescue!” (The cape is a little weird, but we are used to it.)
Our operations manager, Mike Macaluso, was able to:
– Remove the existing cluster
– Repair the LCD display
– Transfer the correct mileage
– Program the cluster to spec
– Reinstall the cluster into the vehicle
This looks expensive — but it was half the price that the new car dealer had quoted. ENORMIS was able to repair the vehicle for less than $275, so the used car dealer who brought us the car was very happy.
Gauge cluster and electronic odometer repairs are available at ENORMIS Mobile Specialties in Harborcreek, PA. Be sure to contact us for answers to your automotive electronics questions.