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Old 11-20-12, 22:25   #1
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So i cracked the Faceplate on my dash, as you see in the photo and I'm having a hard time determining what to do. I can't seem to find one. Any suggestions?


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Old 11-21-12, 02:05   #2
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Triumph sells it. It's in the fiche. It's not shown in the picture but it is listed in the parts.

Here's another thread with all the information.

http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=66001
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Can't find the part number for it, it's not even in the manual, my dealer said they only sell the instrument cluster as a whole.


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...fourth post from the thread he linked you to:

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This is the part number for the fascia T2501502. This is only for the old 3 button instruments. If you have the new ones with two buttons on the left side then there are no parts for that as of yet. They don't list the seal separately. Personally I'd just open them up and inspect the button location for corrosion. It could be you got enough moisture to short them out and damage the instruments but if you are lucky and it's just a bit of corrosion or remaining moisture then you can clean it up and put it back together no parts needed.
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Oops. You beat me too it.
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I'm wasn't having any luck with the part number, should I call my dealer and give it to them or can I search online with it myself?


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I only know of one site online that uses Triumphs part numbers. Everyone else uses a proprietary part number system. So your best option is to call a Triumph dealer.
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