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Old 13th April 2021, 22:46   #81
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Hi Rick, I have a Rover 75 V6 2.5 petrol Connie SE Tourer which, when I bought it in 2016 had the top instrument screen failed, though I didn't realise it at the time. I've been looking for a solution and have just logged in and seen your offer. Am I in time to order/reserve one please? My garage will remove and send you the instrument panel for you to fit the top line instrument panel. Will I also require a new light switch unit? regards, deezee, Torbay, Devon

Apologies Rick, I should have mentioned that I asked about the light unit as the rear fog light must have failed at some time and the warning light is wired through an external bulb. I have been told that having a new IPK screen also requires a new lighting unit, is that correct?
The car is a March 2003 model.

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Old 13th April 2021, 22:52   #82
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Old 28th April 2021, 17:26   #83
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Apologies both I've only just seen these two replies on this thread. See my responses below.

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Hi, Looks like I missed out - been away from forum (and driving) for a couple of months so only just saw this. Is there likely to be another batch ordered later in the year? If so, I'd definitely be interested. Thanks - Alex.
Hi Alex,

I ordered some spare IPK LCD screens in this batch as I thought there would be some enquiries after the order deadline. I still have a few of these spare extra screens available if you'd like one.

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Hi Rick, I have a Rover 75 V6 2.5 petrol Connie SE Tourer which, when I bought it in 2016 had the top instrument screen failed, though I didn't realise it at the time. I've been looking for a solution and have just logged in and seen your offer. Am I in time to order/reserve one please? My garage will remove and send you the instrument panel for you to fit the top line instrument panel. Will I also require a new light switch unit? regards, deezee, Torbay, Devon

Apologies Rick, I should have mentioned that I asked about the light unit as the rear fog light must have failed at some time and the warning light is wired through an external bulb. I have been told that having a new IPK screen also requires a new lighting unit, is that correct?
The car is a March 2003 model.

Kind regards,
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Hi David,

Is your IPK screen not working at all? If so have you tried a battery reset as there is a common glitch with the IPK screens where they stop responding and a battery reset sorts this.

If that doesn't work, then the LCD screen's ribbon cable may be damaged if someone's tried to repair it before as I've come across this being the reason for a failed IPK screen many times.

The warning for the rear fog lamps is shown on the IPK screen, and has your screen isn't working that's why you have no rear fog light warning at the moment.

You won't need a replacement light switch module.

The new IPK screen is installed to your instrument cluster, replacing the old one.

As above I still have a few of the extra IPK screens I ordered available if you'd like to have one installed

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Had my screens done by Rick a couple of weeks ago. Drove one of the 75s to him and took the cluster from the other car with me. Interesting to see Rick remove the cluster without removing the dash trim - so much easier and quicker :-)

Both done in a jiffy and both working great. Thanks Rick.
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Had my screens done by Rick a couple of weeks ago. Drove one of the 75s to him and took the cluster from the other car with me. Interesting to see Rick remove the cluster without removing the dash trim - so much easier and quicker :-)

Both done in a jiffy and both working great. Thanks Rick.
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Hi Rick,

could you put me down for one supplied and delivered to France please for my 75 connoisseur 2005?



Thank you. You do a great job there.

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Had my new one fitted yesterday
Works perfectly and - perfect service, as always
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Works perfectly and - perfect service, as always
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