Instrument Cluster Problems

Experiencing instrument cluster problems and think that the only option is to buy a brand new speedometer at the dealership? You couldn’t be more wrong than that. Regardless of whether you are having problems with your temperature, gas, odometer, speedometer, tachometer gauges—or even all the above—the company Safety Restore can help! Safety Restore specializes in restoring speedometers with instrument cluster problems and makes them work just like new again! The company has seen all types of issues and has been able to fix them all, including intermittently working, fluttering, sticking, incorrectly reading, and completely broken gauges!

Instrument Cluster Problems?

If you trust Safety Restore to get rid of your instrument cluster problems, know that you are entrusting your unit into reliable hands. To ensure customers’ complete satisfaction, safety, and quality, the company only employs well-trained engineers to perform the repairs. Safety Restore also makes sure that all repairs are completed using industry standard tools and 100% OEM parts. FMVSS standards are also always met or exceeded.

Safety Restore makes the repair process quick and simple for you. All you have to do is log onto safetyrestore.com and pre-pay for the service there. Once the payment has been made, you can go ahead with the removal of the unit. Follow the instructions provided on the company website for further assistance, or contact Safety Restore via instant chat, call, or email. After removing the unit, ship it out to Safety Restore in Westfield, MA. It will take the company only 24 hours or less to complete the repairs and restore your instrument cluster back to factory settings. What is great is that you’ll also be left with a lifetime warranty on the service. That way, you can always return your unit back for rework at no additional fee. It is always great to have this option, even though you probably will not need it. Your speedometer will be working like new again and should no longer be experiencing any instrument cluster problems like before!