The instrument cluster is incorporated into the vehicle bus system and provides the driver with information relating to speed, engine speed, fuel levels, and a number of other vehicle parameters. New models appear as a general purpose display. In addition, instrument clusters also fulfill other functions, such as storing vehicle data. This data may have wide-ranging and potentially legal significance, for example when it relates to mileage, compliance with maintenance intervals, or the logging of warning messages.
Specific service challenges :
The vehicle must be reprogrammed for incorporation into the vehicle bus system
- Service to be performed by a franchized workshop: For the security of the stored data, a franchized workshop must be contracted.
- Service to be performed dust-free: The display must be clear from dust in order to avoid claims
- Avoidance of manipulation of the speedometer