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Is there an alternative product for METER ASSY., COMBINATION 37200-HN5-M11

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Purchased a 2004 Honda FOURTRAX RANCHER 4X4 ES (TRX350FE) under the premise that you "can't get spark and the display is faded"...  well... once I got into it it looks like this thing has been used as a submarine so a lot of water damage, including the meter assembly... which lights up but nothing displays except truncated numbers at bottom (pics below). I've been scouring the web for a replacement unit, both new and refurb, but can't seem to find one and getting kinda fed up with it. According to the OEM parts sites, the part details are Manufacturer Part# 37200-HN5-M11 (Item Number OEM325433).

My questions and pleas for help as follows:

1. Since this part appears to have been discontinued by Honda, is there a newer model/part number that would qualify as an alternative to 37200-HN5-M11? From my research this part was used on the Honda FOURTRAX RANCHER 4X4 ES (TRX350FE) between 2003 and 2006... 

2. New member so can't use direct messaging yet but if AKATV is by any chance reading this message, please pm me and let me know if this may be something you could fix.

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Thanks for posting pics it really helps a lot

I can repair your speedometer if you want

I have sent contact information to you

Happy Holidays and Welcome to to the forum!

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The 350 Ranchers are neat bikes with lots of easy upgrades using factory parts from other Hondas. 

 

Post some pics and let’s see what you’re working with.

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I have the exact same problem as Krytpo 313, except I have an 03 model. The pictures he posted are similar to mine. Can you help me out also?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi Dennis

Welcome to the forum and Happy Holidays!

I can get it taken care of no problem

I’ll send you my contact information and we can work out the details 

AKATV

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Hi and welcome to the forum!

Post a picture or two of what you have going on, as it might be repairable

I will send my contact information to your message box as well

AKATV

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A bit late with feedback on resolution of issue but I wanted to share with the group what an outstanding job AKATV did in repairing the display. Really a top notch guy that provides great service and stays on top of communications with a quick turnaround. Installed the repaired display on the bike and looking perfect! Thanks again AKATV

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Good evening. New to the forum, but am also in situation needing my meter display repaired and looks like AKATV is the person to do it. Will attach some pictures of mine. 

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Hi and welcome to the forum

it looks like your inner LCD display panel has pretty standard sun UV damage

I can repair that for you no problem

you can polish up that outer case top cover with an automotive headlight polishing kit they sell at Walmart for like $15 and I’ll make that look like now

if you’re interested in a repair

 I’ll send my contact information to your message box

AKATV

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7 hours ago, AKATV said:

Hi and welcome to the forum

it looks like your inner LCD display panel has pretty standard sun UV damage

I can repair that for you no problem

you can polish up that outer case top cover with an automotive headlight polishing kit they sell at Walmart for like $15 and I’ll make that look like now

if you’re interested in a repair

 I’ll send my contact information to your message box

AKATV

outer cover is cracked all the way through, ain't no polish gonna polish that out !..lol. maybe shine it up some ?, but deff wont make it clear as new.

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Won’t fix cracks and crazing- obviously 

The headlight a polishing kits WILL make it as clear as new though

I am not talking about wipe on-wipe off “miracle polish”- these kits take a little elbow grease, and the result you get out of them is based on what you put into it

 If the top cover lens is just clouded up with typical white  UV deteriorated plastic haze, just polish off degraded clouded plastic with 1000-2000 grit, then polish with 5000 and polish - finish with 10,000 grit and polish 

It will be clear as you could want.

The kit costs 15.00 or so at Walmart 

and will do 50 plus covers 

New top covers are 75.00-150.00+ if you can find one, so it’s a good affordable repair for members who are are just wanting to clean up their top cover

 

 

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8 minutes ago, AKATV said:

Won’t fix cracks and crazing- obviously 

The headlight a polishing kits WILL make it as clear as new though

I am not talking about wipe on-wipe off “miracle polish”- these kits take a little elbow grease, and the result you get out of them is based on what you put into it

 If the top cover lens is just clouded up with typical white  UV deteriorated plastic haze, just polish off degraded clouded plastic with 1000-2000 grit, then polish with 5000 and polish - finish with 10,000 grit and polish 

It will be clear as you could want.

The kit costs 15.00 or so at Walmart 

and will do 50 plus covers 

New top covers are 75.00-150.00+ if you can find one, so it’s a good affordable repair for members who are are just wanting to clean up their top cover

 

 

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Sanding will get a lot of the crazing out.  Not all of it, and not if it's deep, but it will get a lot of it out, and make it clear enough to see what you're looking at.

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I just used the headlight polish kit on both my 2003 and 2004 meters last week. Before they were unable to be used, you literally couldn't even see the image on the screen.  After polish they are now totally clear as new.

We bought the kit for its specified use because my headlights on my suv were utter trash, and since the kit was laying around we decided to try it on the ATV meters. Couldn't be happier for the whole 10 minutes of work and it cost us the change we had sitting in our cup holder.

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