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Old 04-05-2020, 02:36 PM
Pilgrim Trucker Pilgrim Trucker is offline
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Greeting all,
New here and new to Nissan. I am resurrecting a 2005 350Z Roadster that has been neglected. While removing the center dash bezel containing the temp controls, radio, navigation cubby and 3-pod gauge cluster the "ribbon connector" for the 3-pod gauges broke in two. I have found this description of the part: 10 pin, 1.25mm pitch, type A, 210mm length. It is a flat, white 10 pin ribbon connector that I provides input to the 3 gauges in the top middle of the dash.
I appears that I may be able to install a new ribbon into the existing connectors. If you cannot help direct me, it looks like this ribbon could be sourced from a computer supply store.
Hoping to find a true Nissan part. Hope you can assist.

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Pilgrim Trucker
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Old 04-06-2020, 05:50 AM
Pilgrim Trucker Pilgrim Trucker is offline
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Called a Nissan dealer today and talked to the parts guy; this ribbon is part of a circuit board assembly, part #24898-CD010. Not sure if it's still available, I didn't want to trouble him further after he quoted me $268.00 for the assembly.
I understand, but I only need a $3.00 ribbon connector. Checking with a computer parts place next. Still holding out hope someone here will offer up some help.
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