For decades, Dakota Digital has been providing options to update underwhelming dash centers found in many of our favorite vehicles. The newest addition to their catalog is an extension of their extremely popular VHX Instruments for 1994-1996 Chevy Caprice and Impala SS. These awesome VHX instrument systems will bring your Chevy into the modern era, both looks and functionality wise.
The VHX Instruments feature fully lit needles, backlit faces, and a highly visible LCD message center for easy read outs. They come in a variety of face stylings, and installation requires hand wiring. Learn more about the 1963-1964 Cadillac VHX Instruments in the official release below.
1994- 96 Chevy Caprice/ Impala SS VHX Instruments
The 1994-96 Chevy Impala SS and Caprice make bad-to-the-bone family haulers that can also haul the mail. This bolt-in instrument system brings 21st century tech to the bulbous cruiser and includes required sensors. Installation requires hardwiring; this is not a plug-in affair, and the stock instrument bezel must be reused. Choose from blue, red or white LED lighting with Black or Silver Alloy face styling. Does not fit not Buick Roadmaster/Olds Custom Cruiser.
Fully lit needles, backlit faces, and highly visible LCD message centers are a few of the things that you can see which set the VHX Series apart from yesterday’s traditional approach to instrumentation. A few of the features which you don’t normally see are the micro-controlled precision stepper motors, solid state sensors for unparalleled accuracy, and user-customizable display feedback, all supported by an unrivaled limited lifetime warranty which has become the standard for Dakota Digital instrumentation systems . Completely engineered and manufactured at our facility in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the VHX Series has completely revolutionized the instrumentation industry!
- Made for 1994-96 Chevy Impala SS and Caprice
- Comes in Different Face Styles
- Modern Features and Looks
Shawn Henry is a Texas native who has spent the majority of his career building and selling F-Bodies and Corvettes. Now studying journalism, he is taking a new direction with his love of GM Performance vehicles.