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Posted: Sun Nov 19, 2006 8:13 pm 
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howdy just wondered when installing a newer ED Dash into a ED thats done higher kms is connecting alone a straight swap if its the same type of dash and how do you set the odometer of the new dash to read the true millege of the ED that this goes into how easy is it to take it apart to get to the odometer to set it and what are the laws on changing a tired Looking ED dash to read the true Millege of the ED that you are putting this dash in to. i look foward to your reply
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Posted: Sun Nov 19, 2006 8:22 pm 
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howdy just pull your new cluster apart and also your old one take the whole speedo assy out of old and put in new swap the old facia in new cluster new facia as well if you like no laws against this as you are keep same km new cluster should plug straight in as long as its from the exact same sort of car also make sure that your new cluster is smartlock compatable if you old cluster is the base you may want to look into upgrading your cluster to mid series but this requires a oil presure sender fitted to engine block. Hope that makes sense.

 

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Posted: Sun Nov 19, 2006 8:31 pm 
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any chance of a step by step picture guide on changing the whole spedo assembly in to the new cluster yes this does make sense alot but i just wanted to see the pictures of that being done
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