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The trip meter and odometer digital numbers are not being displayed as complete numbers

The digital number display for the trip and total km is not being displayed as whole numbers ie lines in the numbers are missing

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This is caused by the display unit slowly failing and it is a common problem on Opel & Vauxhall cars. The internal circuit board is fed by a flat ribbon cable with many tiny connections. Heat, vibration and age will often cause one or two of these connections to fail, which results in dead pixels on your screen. The best solution is to buy a new display unit, although if you research using Google you may find somebody who offers a repair service.

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