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raptordrew 01-08-2011 11:49 PM

Instrument Cluster Swap - Multiple Part Numbers, Help!
 
So I'm trying to find the appropriate gauge cluster to swap my 07 from a speedo only to speedo/tach cluster - and there appear to be 3 different part numbers listed. Hoping someone here may know which part numbers correspond to which style instrument cluster. I think I have two deciphered, but the third I'm not sure on:

MPH, ID 6S4T-10849-BA - appears to be "tach" cluster
MPH, ID 6S4T-10849-DA - appears to be the speedo only, like I have
MPH, ID 6S4T-10849-FA - this one perplexes me. Some results on eBay mention tach, some dont.

Anyone have any thoughts/knowledge? I plan on contacting the seller I've found on ebay that has one with only about 1,000 more miles than my current cluster (I'll drive til I hit the number), but since it's a salvage yard, I'm worried they'll get the cluster mixed up with one of their other various ones.

Thanks!

matmatician 09-10-2012 11:35 PM

Bump for updates. I'm looking at doing the same thing as the OP. Raptordrew, did you get it figured out?

raptordrew 09-10-2012 11:37 PM

For the most part; -BA is in fact tach cluster (ordered one and installed), -DA is speedo only, and -FA I can't remember; will double-check my notes tomorrow and get back to you.

matmatician 09-10-2012 11:41 PM

Wow, thanks for the quick reply man! How was the install? Not too hard I take it? I've got an aftermarket stereo coming so I figured now would be the time since I'm gonna be tearing into the dash anyways.

raptordrew 09-10-2012 11:45 PM

No problem, gotta love email notifications :D

The install was super easy; just follow the steps in this thread; it doesn't have pictures, but it's verbose enough you should be able to figure it out. Basically 10 screws/bolts to remove, and that's that. I replaced my panel while on a road trip, at a rest stop, haha... 2 miles before the old tach would've lined up with the "new" one. Takes all of 10-15 minutes, if I recall.


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