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courageously forward with the drawing , i have it done two times when the cilinder was torn everything is exact on measurements bolts are not longer as needed and neccesary you can replace all thing but make no mistake the ignitioncable must in a gap and having a special lenght its long enough but don,t have tention on that cable it should fitted without tension but its a puzzle the first time .
Don't really get a clear idea of what you are asking, I assume you mean a window mounted unit.
The answer is... it depends. Not only does the cost of a used window mount air conditioner vary with condition, but also with the BTU rating and its energy efficiency.
A 12500 BTU window mounted air conditioner, in good working order (enough to cool up to a 400 square foot room on a sunny day with average insulation would probably be a fair buy in the neighborhood of 75-140 dollars if it was a fairly recent model. If it is over 5 years old, I wouldn't buy a used one. These things are made cheaply for the most part, they are installed over and over again year after year, if you take care of them they can last a good while, however most people don't get a great deal of time out of them without some sort of issue arising.
The gauges have a memory. They will stay where the last read was when you turn the key off and don't move until you turn the key back on. If something happened between the time you turned the key off and back on then they could be stuck in that last position.
Sounds like you may have a ground issue. The cluster uses a common ground. Maybe start by checking the ground wire under the dash that uses one of its mounting bolts in the corner.
mcdevito75 here, Of couse without the watch and piece of metal that fell out it"s very hard to say. Most likely it was part of the lock-down tab to keep the battery in place, in any event don"t lose that piece of metal. If your casio is working ok don"t worry about it, just don"t lose that piece of metal that fell out.
There could a connection issue with the motor and the switch. I suggest you take it to a local shop and get it looked at. There isn't much someone can tell you on the internet without looking at it and finding the problem.