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Replacement Kit for Printed Circuit Foil


Made in the USA

Part #: GVW-255-919-059

VW Part #: 255919059

Works With: 1980-1991

Weight: 1.50 lbs

Manufacturer: GoWesty

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Price Range: $224.95 - $255.95

 

Final Price: $224.95

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We get calls almost every day from folks looking to replace their blue instrument cluster printed circuit foil—because, as you probably already know, it tends to fall apart and wreak havoc with your gauges! These printed circuit board - or PCB - foils have been obsolete for many years, and repairing them is virtually impossible. You asked for a solution, and we listened! 

We are proud to introduce the new GoWesty Replacement Kit for Printed Circuit Foil. This kit is comprised of a series of modern hard circuit boards and small wiring harnesses which are much more robust than the original printed circuit foil. The main circuit board houses new indicator LEDs (included) and secures to the back of the cluster using the stock hardware. 

NOTE: We strongly recommend adding one of our Audible Coolant Temperature Alarm Kits (see related products below). 

This GoWesty system is designed for all 1980-91 gas and diesel powered Vanagons.

Kit includes:
• Necessary circuit boards for your early- or late-model Vanagon
• Built-in dual oil pressure audible warning system 
• All new indicator LEDs
• All new illumination LEDs
• New voltage regulator
• All necessary plug-and-play wiring
• Zip ties
Detailed installation instructions

NO CORE EXCHANGE NECESSARY!

 

The main circuit board includes a new GoWesty-designed dual oil pressure monitoring circuit with audible alarm. This replaces the stock (and aging) dual oil pressure monitoring circuit located in the speedometer housing. If you have an early-model Vanagon without the dual oil pressure monitoring circuit, this feature can be easily disabled with the flip of a small dip-switch on the main circuit board.

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