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Old 05-07-2019, 08:32 AM
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Looking for new cluster

Anyone have any recommendations as to where to buy a new cluster? I have a 92 xtra cab 22re 4x4 pickup just looking for a non used cluster
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Non used? Call Toyota but prepare for sticker shock IF it’s even available. My guess is you will have to junk yard or eBay the part, is this an sr5 or just the standard cluster with no tach?
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I am pretty sure the whole gauge cluster assembly has been discontinued by Toyota, even if it was available as an entire unit. The factory parts diagrams I am looking at don't show the whole assembly as a unit, just all of the individual parts and gauges for both the standard and DX/SR5 gauges.

As far as I know, there are no aftermarket direct replacements.

I think you will have to buy used. eBay, Craigslist, LetGo, salvage yard, etc. are your best bet.

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SR5/DLX (with tach) is part# 83010-35580. Not avail from dealers, looks like $100-200 for used ones.

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your two options are to either find a 1992ish truck that is being parted out that was never driven, or hit 88 mph in a DeLorean and grab one from the dealer, in 1992. either way id say your chances are slim to none.
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Looks like you can get a new speedometer head for the base model (w/o tach). Part # 83110-35170


https://toyotaparts.bochtoyotasouth....ead-8311035170

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Just out of curiosity, why do you want a brand new gauge cluster, or as Toyota calls them Combination Meter?

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I don't get any hits on part# 83010-35580, but I guess it could be discontinued. You CAN buy all the parts (at least, in theory) https://parts.lakelandtoyota.com/sho...rimLevel=18380 , so you might be able to build a "non-used" combination meter for around $2,000.00.

Here's a USED one (with no warrantee) for $100. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1995-Toyota-4-Runner-Speedometer-Instrument-Gauge-CLUSTER-245067-miles-manual/123736949006 This one is for a truck with cable speedo; figure out first which one you currently have.

One might ask why getting a non-used meter is important for a truck that has, itself, been used for 27 years ....
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