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Which vehicle this belongs to (Val's way to quiz FM members) ?

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I need to replace this dash gauge cluster since fuel gauge does not work.

Anybody can identify which vehicle originally this belongs to ?

winnebagodash1sm.jpg

I looks to me a late 60s or 70s GM truck but not sure.

It is actually installed on a Winnebago motorhome, but the vehicle is a mix of various parts from GM (chassis is a P30), some Dodge (dash A/C controls), etc.

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Yes, it is most definitely a GM dash from P30 series truck. If I remember correctly it was used in Mid 70s to possible mid 80s.

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My first thought was mid 70's mopar compact/cheap car, but Macgyver sounds he hasa lock on it.

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Valv, Macgyver is right on! I just googled p30 dash and this image came up. Nice work Macgyver! wink

p-30oldf.jpg

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Yep, I would say a match.

I figured Diplomat, or even Colt.

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Thanks guys, I just have to find one now. And possibly with low mileage as mine...

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Valv, is the fuel gauge the only thing not working? Have you checked to see if it is the gauge, sender or circuit board that is bad? Each was available separately. I went through a bunch of old obsolete parts and found a new oil pressure, volt gauge, temp gauge and circuit board, but unfortunately no fuel gauge. If it is the circuit board, we have a brand new one in the original GM box for that dash. You can email me if you want, I think we even have an old service manual for a P30.

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