What year to what year- either way, you would need the wiring harness that would come from a vehicle that was equipped with the digital gauges. Wiring could prove to be a nightmare. Better off going and buying a vehicle with what you wish for already there.
Check all the data lines, the test connection near the parking brake (it's a small plastic cover with a metal connector that continues the data circuit), the 7 volt power supply above the gas pedal is a possible culprit, the BCM (body control module) and any part in between that involves the data line with includes the climate control, chime control module etc. The data circuit is a redundant circuit and in general it has to be shorted to ground or both sides open for it to have that type of effect on the cluster. In most cases it's the cluster itself unfortunately. The way it was designed, the parts that are surface soldered just lift off and you have problems from vibration and weather changes that cause this.
I had mine fixed by mrwizzard.com I had to remove it and send it in. cost was about 100 dollars in 2003 for 1991 trofeo dash cluster.
Yes but you might have to get the bcm off the car you are taking the dash out of. I have a 91 Lebaron convertible that came from factory with the digital dash.
Be sure the dash light dimmer switch is not turned off.
The speakers in a 1985 Toronado are a pair of 4x6" in the dash up front, and a pair of 4x10" in the rear, under the package shelf (access through the trunk).
Chevy Caprice had the digital dash installed from 1994 and up, but if you have an older model you can still get the digital dash.
The fuse block is under the dash on the left side of the instrument panel.
Depending on the year of your Oldsmobile Toronado, the dashboard is held in place by 12 to 15 retaining clips. Remove the retaining clips by prying outward. The dashboard will come off.
by using some of the converters we can swap the analog dash into digital
Where is the fuse for the digital cluster dash in a 1992 Chevy S10?
take out the dash drop the steering column there you are. or i read of a guy cut a10 -10 on the firewall and bondo it back.
It's above the glove box liner behind the dash on pasenger side..
You could have shorted it out. I have a digital instrument cluster that has shorted out in the displays and the rest of the dash went with it. I've been looking for a replacement for 4 years and still haven't found one. Good luck.
What is wrong with your dash?
... what about it..?
check your fuses. it is most likely the fuse that goes to your electronic digital dash.
Actually the flashers on a 91 Toronado are on the driver side and can be reached by taking off the panel below the dash and the flashers will be near the steering colum on the right side of the colum. Should be in the same place on a 1990.
It is located in the lower dash, below the glovebox. You have to remove some interior trim pieces to get to it.
there is none its a sensor at the rear of the trans that sends a signal to your digital dash
Yes, but you must do some rewiring. The digital dash uses a harness in the center of the dash, while the analog one uses a harness in one of the corners.
Oldsmobile Toronado was created in 1966.
If the digital dash lights up but shows no numbers for the speedometer on a 1989 Thunderbird LX, it is possible that a fuse is blown for the speedometer and the fuel gauge. There is more than one light in the dash for the speedometer.
When replaceing the toronado engine, The intake and carb must come from a toronado or Riviera because it is lower. The 78 came with a 403. A 307 or 455 Olds engine will work also as long as you put the low profile intake on
most likely behind the dash on the right side below the ashtray. I know this because I have an 89 couldn't find the flasher fuse had to brake a part of the plastic to get to it unless you want to dismantel the entire dash. Good luck Actually the flashers on a 91 Toronado are on the driver side and can be reached by taking off the panel below the dash and the flashers will be near the steering colum on the right side of the colum.
no it will not i was working on one for a dughters first car and she wanted a digi dash the components for the digi doesnt exsist sorry