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Old 07-09-2014, 07:43 AM   #1
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Civic Cluster swap 03-05 into 01-02

Sorry if this has been posted before, but it may be useful. Just did this yesterday and it went easy and looks great. The only thing other than repinning the connectors was extending one wire so it would reach the other connector, and adjusting the Odometer to match the old one.

NOTE* For sedan only, Hatchback is different. Donor cluster must be from EX,HX or LX, the Hatchback, DX and GX are different.

I can help with other swaps as well, but need the exact year, make, model of the car and the donor cluster. Can also adjust the mileage to match if needed, PM for details.

To remove the pins from the connectors, you have to pop open the little side tabs where the wires go in and then use a large paper clip to insert into the hole in the front to release the terminals. Don't push it into the inside rows, the release holes are the ones along the outer edges. Sorry, didn't get pics of that process, or any pics at all.

The following is a list of the wire colors and where they should end up, the source is where the wires originally were in the connectors.
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