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I want to replace the instrument cluster on my 2017 3500. Anybody know how to do this or where to go for guidance?
 

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Four screws 2 on the visor / bezel bottom up and 2 on the cluster top down. Pull up to clear the guide pins. You may need a scan tool for data configuration for it to work.
 

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Four screws 2 on the visor / bezel bottom up and 2 on the cluster top down. Pull up to clear the guide pins. You may need a scan tool for data configuration for it to work.
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I swapped it out last night and it's plug n play.
 

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I am curious why you replaced it. Did you get a used instrument cluster or a new? Everything worked when you plugged it back in, no need to have it cloned or programmed?
 

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If you're ever trying to sell the truck, and even just for insurance claims, any cluster work should be done by a certified professional, just so you have the paperwork to back it up. Cloning the old cluster is important too for the mileage and such so you're not in any position of suspected fraud/tampering.
I can vouch for this shop, as they're specialists in clusters exclusively and they really know their stuff.
Dodge Instrument Clusters - Replacement Cluster Panels, Dash Panels, Gauge Clusters, Speedometers for Dodge
 
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