a. Stepper Motor Failure
b. Results in erratic or non-functional gauges & inaccurate readings
c. Backlight Bulbs Burnout
a. VIN – Vehicle Identification Number
d. Hours (Optional – not required)
a. All Dorman clusters have the most current revision of the improved stepper motors
b. All Backlighting Bulbs are replaced with holders and with a longer thicker filament unit for extended and more reliable life service
c. All units are tested and calibrated using a vehicle simulator for accuracy and functionality
d. All units are tested to the stringent Dorman quality standards
e. All remanufactured instrument clusters sold by Dorman carry a limited lifetime warranty. Dorman stands by the quality of their product
a. Price – the units are typically 30% lower than your dealer’s cost and the units arrive ready to install
b. Dorman offers a Limited Lifetime Warranty
c. Dorman changes all the components, not just the motors and bulbs that failed. Their goal is zero returns
d. All the units are calibrated and tested. Dorman tests all tell-tale features to ensure the driver will have all functioning warning systems
Suspension Mounts do one of several different jobs (depending on application):
Save Valuable Labor Time
Some OE assemblies have motors that are riveted to the plastic shroud making them difficult to replace. Other assemblies have shrouds or fan blades that frequently crack when the motor fails or when trying to replace the motor.
Harmonic Balancer failures are typically the result of:
Worn or broken Harmonic Balancers can cause:
These tools are both expensive and difficult to find. Most DIY'ers and many repair shops try to pry the pulleys off and hammer them back on. The plastic Pulleys will shatter and the steel Pulleys will bend making reuse impossible.
Diagnostic (Rock-Crusher) Design
Exhaust manifolds do many different jobs (depending on application) including:
Brake hardware consists of drum and disc hardware. The major components can be found in the following kits:
Hydraulic clutch systems are used with manual transmissions, contain a clutch master, a clutch slave and a hydraulic hose or line.