STI gauge cluster to WRX (help needed!)
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This is a discussion on STI gauge cluster to WRX (help needed!) within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hi to everyone. I ordered following STI gauge cluster to my WRX wagon (my05) http://www.subaruwrxparts.com/produc...ter-p-634.html Any ideas is the installation ...

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    STI gauge cluster to WRX (help needed!)

    Hi to everyone.

    I ordered following STI gauge cluster to my WRX wagon (my05)

    http://www.subaruwrxparts.com/produc...ter-p-634.html

    Any ideas is the installation just plug'n'play or is there modification needed?

    I tried to find any clues from scoobymods.com but I was not able to find any

    Rg,

    SamiG

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    I'm sure there are some guys that know how to install it on here. I'm not one of those guys . But don't forget to post on how hard it was to install and how much better you like it . I would like to do a cluster switch one day myself. (when I hit the lottery,that thing is expensive)
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    I was looking to buy one shortly after I bought my wagon, but I did not take the time to actually buy one. I did, however, do some research on how to do the install back when I had interest in it. If the cluster is of the same MY as yours, it is plug-and-play for the most part. MY 04 cluster to an 05, or vice-versa, will require you to do some wire-to-pin matching.

    That was quite a grip of cash you paid for that...but it is brand new... Hope the install goes well!

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    I was able to install new gauges today!!!

    I was quite simple. I did not take care of "back diff temp light" which is quite simple to remote too (but I will prefer to buy sensor for that)..

    http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/arch...t-1105337.html

    Only thing what I need to do was to remove that wierd sound... that was easy solution... just cut the c9 wire... there is couple stories how to remote unwanted diff light and wierd sound...

    Below is one link to how to do this!

    I want to thanks all those guys who has done these research allready for all to us!!!

    Regards from Finland
    Last edited by samig; 12-27-2007 at 12:48 AM.

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