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Old 08-19-2005, 09:30 PM   #1
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Default I have a Insturment Cluster Pin Out / Wiring Diagram

I have Mitchell On Demand and I found a schematic for the Insturment Cluster (wish I would have thought of this before lol).
I printed it out and scanned it back onto my computer but I don't fully understand some of it.
Is anyone good with circuit board schematics ?
This could possibly be the answer to all of our problems.

Also I don't have any web space to upload it to. Can anyone recommend a free web space or something to upload it to, so we can put our combined heads together on this and end this never ending problem with these dam clusters.

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Email it to william dot wren at gmail dot com and I'll host it, but it cannot be posted publicly. That'* copyrighted material.
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Ok I sent it to you earlier tonight..........let me know if you get it.

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Ok, now that I have it, what specific problem are you having?
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According to the schematic it looks like the guages that aren't working in my cluster are getting power and ground through the DIC........I think this reference in the schematic means Drivers Info Centre.
If you look at Rows A-B & Colum 43 (Top Right) you can see what I'm taking about. Also there are 2 main grounds for the gauges through the Compass Display.

If this is the case than the DIC might be the source of all of these cluster problems that everyone is having including mine.

Check out this post I left awhile ago.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=422870#422870

Also I forgot to tell you, this cluster schematic is for all 92 Bonnevilles, Except for the SE model. I would assume that it is the same for all Bonnevilles 92-95, exluding SE'*.

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