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    2009 GTI gauge - Can it be fixed?

    I just bought a 2009 GTI 130. The gauge is not working properly. Some functions like fuel level are readable but the speedo, tach and other information is not clearly visible. The hour meter reads 88.8, which I'm guessing means it's fried as well. My question is, can these gauges be fixed? More importantly, is the number of running hours on the ski stored in the gauge or in the MPEM? If my dealer can give me a true reading of the hours, I'd be really relieved (or shocked, I guess). Any help or advice greatly appreciated!


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    2009 skis dont have an mpem.Hours stored in cluster,so if you get a new cluster you will see zero hours.If you get a used one you will get the hours that used have.

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    If you get a new gauge, you have to marry it to the ecu and it will show the correct hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowman12 View Post
    I just bought a 2009 GTI 130. The gauge is not working properly. Some functions like fuel level are readable but the speedo, tach and other information is not clearly visible. The hour meter reads 88.8, which I'm guessing means it's fried as well. My question is, can these gauges be fixed? More importantly, is the number of running hours on the ski stored in the gauge or in the MPEM? If my dealer can give me a true reading of the hours, I'd be really relieved (or shocked, I guess). Any help or advice greatly appreciated!

    The cluster shows the number of hours the ski has been powered up. Engine runtime is stored in the ECU. If things are not clearly visible then it sounds like you need to replace it. The replacement must be married to the ECU, it's not plug and play... You can get a candoo and read the hours and marry a new cluster yourself...

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