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    My gauge is dead and need replacement ( sensor is fine). Notice that the part number for M3 and 325i is different. M3 62131380869 325 62131374816. the one for M3 is no longer available. Questions:
    1. Does the 325 gauge work on M3?
    2. Anyone in the market that restore these gauges ?
    3. Anyone tried to add a digital sensor that tuck in somewhere not obvious just to get a reading, in order to retain the original look ?

    Thanks !

  • #2
    Most likely the issue is a loose ground lug on the gauge itself and/or a poor solder connection of the resistor for the gauge. We can go over your entire gauge cluster and rebuild it. PM me for more info.
    Ron ///Man

    • '91 Gr-A Former CiBiEmme / Ravaglia - Sold
    • '90 M3 Faux EVOII Alpineweiss 36K Orig Owner - The Queen
    • '91 M3 Faux EVO III Brilliantrot Euro Driveline - The Rocket
    • '91 M3 Faux Gr-A Club Racer DM - The Alter EGO
    • '89 M3 M3T / ITR Club Racer
    • '94 Spec E36 - Eh....
    • '09 M3 - Tarmac Terrorist
    • '04 330Xi Sport 6 Speed - Snowmobile
    • '07 530 Xi - Highway Star
    • http://www.imwcarparts.com/e30-m3-parts.htm


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    • #3
      Or you could do what I did . Remove the M3 red needle & super glue it on a good working e30 temp gadge !!

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      • #4
        I think Ron has the answer usually the problem is with the retaining screws slightly loose or the connections, either way some internet research should show how to test the gauge.

        E30 M3 1987
        Mini Clubman GT
        BMW E36 323 Msport
        Toyota Corona
        KTM 200EXC
        Honda CB50 (1979)

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