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Hi everyone, smile.png

 

I recently got a few nice parts from an 88/89 Reatta that I don't need and thought someone else could use. 

 

1 - 1988/1989 Reatta Wiper Switch Control = $100 USD + Shipping

1 - 1988 Reatta Fog - Fuel - Trunk - Glove Box Control Panel = $70 USD + Shipping

2 - 1988/1989 CRT Touchscreens = $350 USD each + Shipping

 

Everything works and is in pretty good if not excellent cosmetic condition. Check out the photos below.

 

Send me a message if you are interested in buying any of these or want more photos.  :D

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I don't believe those CRT's will work on our Reattas. They do not have the "hard" buttons. I believe they are from a 1987 Riviera.

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1 - Reatta Fog - Fuel - Trunk - Glove Box Control Panel = $70 USD + Shipping

 

Just as info... I believe this item is an '88 model switch panel. I believe the trunk release and fuel door release buttons were in the glovebox on an '89 model.

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I don't believe those CRT's will work on our Reattas. They do not have the "hard" buttons. I believe they are from a 1987 Riviera.

 

Hi Dave,

 

What might be the problem? 

 

I'm not sure where these CRT's originally came from as I got them from the guy that sold me the car, but I tried both of the CRT's on a 88 Reatta and both worked. Instead of clicking the hard buttons, you just tap the part of the screen where the words are printed and it switches through the various menus. 

 

I have a video I can upload to show that it all works.  :D 

 

I'll post a link later today.


 

Just as info... I believe this item is an '88 model switch panel. I believe the trunk release and fuel door release buttons were in the glovebox on an '89 model.

 

Hey Ronnie, 

 

Didn't know there was a difference between 88 and 89 for these. Thanks for the info!  :)

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