1990/1991 Instrument Cluster

by ecrp on December 31, 2011

Is your instrument panel in your 1990 or 1991 Reatta reading “00 ERROR”? Is it completely blacked out except for all the “Idiot lights” at the bottom?

We can solve that problem!

The quickest, easiest way to fix your problem is to replace your instrument cluster with a used tested  working unit.

Our price also includes free Priority Mail shipping to the US. Please contact us for international shipping

We also offer a two-year warranty on all clusters.

Don’t fret any longer about your cluster not working, we’ve got it taken care of!

Worried about keeping your milage accurate? Thankfully, your Reatta’s milage is all stored in a separate computer, so when you plug your new cluster in, it will read accurately!

1990-1991 Buick Reatta Instrument Panel
Item #: IPC-2
Price: $395 with FREE Priority mail shipping


bob selgrad September 27, 2012 at 1:18 am

i have a 1990 reatta conv. witha blank dashboard. how hard is it to replace the cluster with a used one?

ecrp September 27, 2012 at 1:37 am


It’s very easy to replace your dash board.

Your 1990 will have four screws holding the trim plate on. Two above the instrument cluster, and two at the top of each A/C vent. They should all be T-15 torx head screws, but they may have been replaced at some point with something else.

After that, the dash trim bezel will pop off pretty easily (it just has several pressure clips holding it in). Then there are 4 more T-15 torx screws that hold the Instrument cluster in (two on each side).

Then you should just be able to pull it out, and put the new one right back in it’s place.

Please call us any time at 919.233.1973 if you have any questions!

robert October 10, 2012 at 10:28 am

how do you get the mileage the same as the car has after you replace the instrument cluster?

David Moore August 13, 2013 at 4:12 pm

I need to order a new instrument panel
cover with the chrome rim. All of the little push in clips are broken off. Do you offer these pieces?

Jeff December 13, 2014 at 7:29 am

Is there a core charge how are miles set