Scott Drake Circuit Board without Tachometer 1969-1970

Scott Drake: C9ZZ-10K843-A
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Product Description

Scott Drake Circuit Board without Tachometer for 1969-1970 Mustangs.

This is a great Scott Drake reproduction printed circuit board that will replace your damaged original. The original can become brittle and tear or become defective over time.

*Will only work without tachometer.

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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good product, easy to install
Nice, sturdy material that didn't give me any issues installing.
bryon July 25, 2014
Good part
Easy install. Make sure to use the cardboard spacers on back of cluster. I recommend the led kit to enhance dash lighting.
Tom July 23, 2014
Good product
Good reproduction, fits well and installs easy, Instructions would be nice, if you don't know about the cardboard spacers, you can ruin this item, Also make sure your gauges don't touch any of the housing, they wont work, also if any dash lights don't work, try flipping the sockets around a half turn. Hope this was helpful.
I would recommend this product.
Greg Hildebrand May 23, 2014
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Product Video

By Bill Tumas: We're here with a replacement circuit board from Scott Drake for your 1969 and 1970 Mustang. This circuit board is going to fit your Mustang without tachometer and it's going to install in place of the factory one in the back of the gauge cluster. You want to make sure that when you do install it, you take the entire cluster apart as there are spacers on the other side of this that need to be reinstalled when replacing the circuit board.

If you're having issues with the lighting on the gauge of your 69-70 Mustang, you may just need a constant voltage regulator, which is this piece right here. If you're having issue switch the gauges not working at all, it's a good possibility you need a new circuit board.