I'm told I need a cluster but can't find a new one on Lincoln Continental

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The oil pressure gauge on dash keeps dropping to one bar, but everything checks out okay and then the beeper sounds off until it goes back to 3 or 4 bars, it never stops and speedometer has a reading of 100 mph while sitting still. Ford mechanic says it is the cluster but can't find any. I'm afraid to use a used one. Still have the problem. Where can I find one.

Still looking for cluster...but most of time a tap or rap on the dash makes all well, for awhile...also repalced the oil pump and sending unit...know it's got oil pressure thats the reason for tapping the dash!

the oil pressure will drop to one bar and the return to 3 or 4 bars a couple of min . later.