Previous Issues | Current Headlines | Point of View | Obituaries

Delphi Launches Remanufactured Instrument Clusters Program

Delphi Automotive (Troy, MI) now offers remanufactured instrument clusters for a variety of GM applications from 1996 to the present. The program allows technicians replacing instrument clusters on GM vehicles to send the defective part to Delphi’s U.S.-based remanufacturing center, where the company will capture the odometer reading, serial and VIN numbers, as well as customer complaint, the technician’s diagnosis and other pertinent information.

After testing, Delphi will replace the defective components at a reassembly station using OE parts and then re-test to validate operation under all vehicle conditions. The company says that each cluster will arrive at the shop fully programmed and calibrated with critical information, such as steering wheel control functionality and the customer’s odometer reading.