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Old 03-12-2011, 02:48 PM   #1
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s2000 cluster swap to EG..??

Does anyone have any information how to connect the AP1 S2000 Cluster to EG...?
I saw some many forum ,but none of it have more clear information.
Please let me know if anyone have idea.

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Old 03-12-2011, 05:27 PM   #2
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I'd like to know 2 know also.
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Old 03-12-2011, 09:49 PM   #3
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You need the pinout diagrams and the pigtails from the S2K cluster. If you dont have the pigtails its a pain in the ass.

You match up each wire from the S2K to your EG cluster harness.

The speedo and temp guage won't work out of the box so you'll will need to splice in a Speedohealer v4 to modify the signal.

Then you'll need to buy a Modify ECT module to make sure the temperature guage works properly. This also has to be sliced in.

Then you can make your bezel and done! I'm in the process of doing mine, hopefully it'll be done soon.
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Was looking thru this forum for something completely unrelated and found this thread accidentally.

I looked into the exact same thing you guys were and found this guy:

MarkLamond.co.uk - S2000 Cluster - Ordering


After cost conversion and additional possible alterations you're looking at about $500 for the unit (estimated with shipping) but from what I found, this guy is the best.

Hope it helps.
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I emailed him many many times. No reply. Just buy my set up and youll have everything you need . Just add wiring skills.
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