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onewildhare Brad Vanderhoff
Brownsburg, Indiana, USA   USA
Hi everyone, I'm Brad.

I purchased a 1991 G60 with automatic transmission. Someone has been bad to this car. I'm trying to fix their butcher work.
Problems include:
1. Gauge cluster appears to be from a
SLC, does not work properly.
2. When RPM rises above 2500 the oil
light comes on and buzzer starts.
The oil pressure is good with
mechanical gauge. Wrong cluster?
3. Does anyone have the correct
cluster? I have one with a cable
speedometer and then the SLC
to trade.

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cherokeejuju brad h
duson, la, USA   USA
I have a G 60 with 90,000 original miles and a standard transmission that I may be interested in getting rid of.

perz34 James Hillstrand
Hinesville, GA, USA   USA
Brad what have you found out about the gauge cluster?



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2017-08-14 03:07 AM by perz34.

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cherokeejuju brad h
duson, la, USA   USA
I have a complete G 60 with low mileage on it that I would probably be interested in getting rid of. I would consider Any reasonable offer.

perz34 James Hillstrand
Hinesville, GA, USA   USA
That's a low mileage G60 Brad, do you have some pics to share?

cherokeejuju brad h
duson, la, USA   USA
These pictures were taken a couple of years ago. The car has been sitting in my backyard since then and the clearcoat is beginning to fade a bit on it.


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