Audi TT Instrument Cluster Repair

You may remember a few weeks ago I removed a bad instrument cluster from an Audi TT and sent it off for repair. It is very common for these clusters to go haywire, everything from bad LCD panels to dead/erratic gauges. This one was really far gone with pretty much everything dis-functional (LCD’s, tach/speedo were dead, etc), but after some work, we had a good working cluster again.

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James Krueger

August 27, 2013 at 5:36 AM

I have a 2000 model TT and the center display acts strange, sometimes its fine and other times its hard to read the message displayed. its intermittent. what can i do with this display for a fix? is there something simple other than sending it to the dealer, or a repair center. all the other lights on the instrument panel work fine. appriciate what ever you can help with. thanks jim

    porschedoc

    August 29, 2013 at 9:01 AM

    Hi Jim,

    You must pull the cluster and have a repair shop fix it. It is a common issue with the TT’s.

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