As much as we like wrenching on our own cars, there are just some parts of an old Mopar that it makes sense to let somebody else repair. One of the items that we just don't have the patience, tools, or parts to repair ourselves is the instrument panel on our dashboard. Sure, we've repaired wiring, even replaced gauges on some of our dashes, but when it comes to dash restoration, and more importantly, gauge and gauge face restoration, the task is more of an art than a mechanical skill. That's why you see so many Mopars with aftermarket gauges hanging under the dash, because when the factory instruments stop working most of us don't have the ability or knowledge to repair them. This is why when it was time to restore the dash gauges on our project Timber wolf Super Bee, we needed a little help.

Fortunately, the guys at Autoinstruments.com specialize in just the kind of repairs and restoration our gauge cluster needed. In addition to repairing and reconditioning gauge clusters for better aesthetic appearance, the guys at Autoinstruments.com have the tools and calibrated test equipment to get your factory gauges working better than they did when new.

Most factory gauges, especially tachometers, are notoriously inaccurate. In fact, factory tachs can be off by 1,000 rpm or more. Knowing this, the crew at Autoinstruments.com has developed repair and calibration techniques to make your factory gauges work as well as expensive aftermarket units, and without cluttering the area under your dash. They can also change the face color of the gauges to make them easier to see or for a custom look unique to your car.

Since we wanted to keep a factory look to our project Super Bee, but wanted to brighten up the dash a little, we opted for factory gauges with white faces to replace the factory black gauges. Also, since none of our factory instruments seemed to work properly, the entire cluster would need to be refurbished, and the oil pressure, water temperature, and tachometer would need to be repaired and recalibrated.

Follow along as we show you how the crew at Autoinstruments.com performs their magic.

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Autoinstruments.com
Collinsville
VA
8-77/-450-0110
autoinstruments.com