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This is a discussion on 04 cluster in 03 - completed within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; But if you look at the picture, the mileage is really low. I don't think the mileage on the car ...

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    Registered User the mike's Avatar
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    But if you look at the picture, the mileage is really low. I don't think the mileage on the car in question is that low.
    If it were in the ecu, it might transfer over. I think there's a module in the cluster that stores that info.(?????)
    Just a guess.
    Either way, it looks good(like my '04 )
    nice job

    Creeping up on creeping for a decade.
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    looks nice. I like it with the Tach in the middle then on the side.

    Everything was plug n play right?
    Best 1/8th = 8.71@79
    Best 60' = 1.88
    Dyno: 221 whp / 195 tq

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    I had a 2nd Gauge console in my last car. The milage is kept in the actual cluster. It's strange how, or why they do it like that. Just thought I would let you all know.

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    WOW!! good thing I asked...I was thinking about doing that myself....with over 10000 miles dont know if it would be that good of an idea..
    "Failure is only an option for those who try".

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    most DMVs have a form and a sticker or something you stick on the door jamb to indicate mileage when the odometer was changed..look into it.

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