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    2010 SeaDoo Challenger 210 gauge

    Hi all,
    I purchased a 2010 SeaDoo Challenger 210 over the weekend and it has a somewhat unreadable LCD readout. As I scroll through the different ski/dock/cruise modes I can't read the whole of the letters.
    I've done a bit of research and it could be the polarizing film burned in the sun and I would tackle that job myself if I had a spare gauge in case I ruined the old one. I called parts.worldofpowersports.com and asked if they had one in stock but they say no dealer in the US has one available. I do see one on Amazon and EBay "Sea-Doo New Dash Gauge Caliberated Instrument Cluster 204471499 Challenger 210" It lists the models as
    • 210 Challenger S & Challenger SE 310, 2010-2012
    • 210 Challenger SE 430, 2010-2012
    • 210 SP 310, 2010-2012
    My question to the group is does anyone know where I can find a spare gauge? The part number is 204471374 superseded by 204471539. Or should I just try to change the polarizer myself and see what happens. From what I've read if I do try to purchase the Amazon gauge it will need to be married to the ECU is this correct if the Gauge is Calibrated as Amazon has it listed?
    Apologies for the long post and thanks in advance for any help!

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    eBay item number:
    203000161788


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    2010 SeaDoo Challenger 210 gauge

    Quote Originally Posted by 4tec Hoarder View Post
    eBay item number:
    203000161788
    Thanks, 4TEC Hoarder for the response
    The EBay listing the part number for that listing is different than the part number listed as a replacement for my gauge cluster. And it looks a bit different with the ring around the RPM meter being red instead of white like mine.
    Do you think it would still work especially the ski mode, cruise mode, docking mode and eco mode scrolling I would give it a shot since the listing has a 30 day return policy. But if I buy it I'll need to get a Candoo also to marry the gauge to the ECU.
    Here is a pic of the gauge showing the issue.

    You can see a video of it too here:
    https://imgur.com/a/AdquUVd#6Lfn1Hz
    Based on this pic and the video would you guys think it is a polarizing film issue or a gauge that needs to be replaced because it will only get worse?
    Thanks in advance for the help!
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    I would buy it, install it, and see what it does. you could always take it to your local dealer and ask them to marry the cluster if needed

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    2010 SeaDoo Challenger 210 gauge

    Quote Originally Posted by 4tec Hoarder View Post
    I would buy it, install it, and see what it does. you could always take it to your local dealer and ask them to marry the cluster if needed
    Thanks, 4tec Hoarder I really appreciate you help and advice. I'm going to pull it and see if the polarizer change will help. If that doesn' t help then I'll buy a new one and either take it to a dealer to marry the ECU or buy a candoo.

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    Let us know how you make out.

    The lens on mine developed cracks. I put rubber o-rings under the heads of the four mounting bolts to take some of the vibrations out.

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