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So I recently picked u a 2010 RR, this is my third Land Rover my last being a 2006 LR3.

The TFT display has a flickering orange glow to the left hand side of the display. So no problem I'll just check with the dealer to see what it might cost, the quote came back at close to 3k (CDN) to swap it out.

I checked Ebay and found a donor cluster for just shy of $200.00 plus shipping.

My options were either get the cluster reprogrammed to match the same KM as the main ECU? I've read that the Mileage and service interval are stored in both locations and if they don't match you are in for some trouble, specifically with the odometer as it takes the higher of the two and then apparently flashes aggressively to remind you of your screw up.

My other option was to see how hard it was to remove only the TFT from the cluster and transplant that. So far it's looking extremely straight forward.

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Donor Cluster

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Torx screws a total of 4

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Case Open

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Ribbons and cables

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main ribbon

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TFT display afterr lifting board off (no further screws)

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Should now be easy to replace the screen once I get the cluster out of the dash (Stay tuned)

Interesting note the panel is apparently a touch screen as well. https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/New-Original-Car-Navigation-DVD-LCD_1990120912.html?spm=a2700.7724857.main07.46.4de248be8x9cJ7
 

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2012 Range Rover HSE Lux 5.0L V8 Santorini Black 65k miles

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Successful transplant that went smoothly.

After disconnecting the battery and taking a ton of screws out, but not entirely removing the dash i was able to get access to the screws and wiring loom for the cluster, I then swapped out the panned in the clluster, put it all back together and Boom I saved myself over $2000.

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Poor lighting but it lookjs a lot sharper and no orange flicker

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Awesome job!


2012 Range Rover HSE Lux 5.0L V8 Santorini Black 65k miles

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Nice job!!
 
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