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I have a voltmeter from a 1985 LTD. The display is very dim, has anyone of a replacement display?
 

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when you say dim, is it a cloudy lense or the backlight not working?
 

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Get some 1500 grit or 2000 grit wet sandpaper and wet sand the display it will bring it back to new again, then a little was when you are finished. Remember to only sand the clear display NOT the rest of it. I have done this on quit a few of them and it looks like new again.



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I took the voltmeter apart, and the actual LCD display is realy dim, the voltmeter case is in good shape. I sent an E-Mail to NIPPON SEIKI asking the if there is a replacement display available but they have not replied.
 

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forgot to mention I realy like the LTD but was not able to find a decent one here in Alberta, so I bought an 84 Aspencade and am retrofiting the factory cruise and wanted to replace the clock with a more usefull Voltmeter.
 

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You do have it wiried correctly since it is on a non-LTD
 

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I tested it on the bench, ground is identified on the board. The other 2 connectors are for the backlight and volt input
 
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