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This is a discussion on sti cluster in wrx within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i was looking at a 7th gen sti cluster for my 06 wrx i was just wondering if i could ...

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    Question sti cluster in wrx

    i was looking at a 7th gen sti cluster for my 06 wrx i was just wondering if i could just plug it in and it will work?

    if not what gen sti cluster will work and what will i have to do to make it work?

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    anything?

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    7th gen STi? Is that the 2008-2010? We go by Version's 'round these parts.

    As far as I know, any STi cluster from 04-07 will work in your car. I'm not sure if there's any re-pinning that needs to be done, though.

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    The wiring harnesses don't match up. It'll take a little custom rewiring. It won't be fun, but it's doable. Google "Sti Clister in a WRX"
    Last edited by Sinister; 05-28-2010 at 01:48 AM.
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    You should be able to make it work. I think some of the pins are going to be different.
    Lots of people have taken newer clusters and installed them on older cars. So installing an older cluster on a newer car should be a similar process.

    It's V7, not Gen7.
    V7 (or version 7) means it's out of a Bugeye style Impreza.

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    From a V7 it's plug and play to my knowledge, but it will be in metric not imperial.

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