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Old 09-16-2013, 07:46 AM   #4
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I was also thinking of getting a used one but it would of costed roughly the same amount to repair it. But its good to talk to people from other forums, I ran into one of my buddies who has good experience with a electrical engineer on the supra forums who had repaired a lot of gauges and other equipment for him, so I shipped it out to him in the states and with shipping and his repair charge, it costed me about 50$ and works like new!

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