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2006 Instrument Cluster swap

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Does anyone know if it would be possible to swap out my 2006 3.7L gauge cluster from a 2008-2010 3.7L at all? The connections look the same but I'm wondering if there is more to it than that. I realize the mileage may change based on the new cluster, but not really concerned with that. If anyone has any info on this, I would appreciate it.

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I would suggest giving these guys a call; (800) 497-1996

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Hey Guys-

Does anyone know if it would be possible to swap out my 2006 3.7L gauge cluster from a 2008-2010 3.7L at all? The connections look the same but I'm wondering if there is more to it than that. I realize the mileage may change based on the new cluster, but not really concerned with that. If anyone has any info on this, I would appreciate it.

Thanks!

Did you get anywhere with this? I know this thread is pretty old, but I've thought about doing this as well...
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Did you get anywhere with this? I know this thread is pretty old, but I've thought about doing this as well...
@Wombler ; I'll pass you the same advice I passed the OP - pick up the phone & call these guys;

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@Wombler ; I'll pass you the same advice I passed the OP - pick up the phone & call these guys;

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Thanks, Blue! This got pushed way back on the list of priorities with how my current engine situation turned out....maybe I'll revisit this in a few months

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Thanks, Blue! This got pushed way back on the list of priorities with how my current engine situation turned out....maybe I'll revisit this in a few months
What's going on with your engine Wombler?


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What's going on with your engine Wombler?
Dropped a valve seat- piston/cylinder are fine but heads need rebuilding....soooo opportunity for many other engine upgrades and preventative replacements.
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Dropped a valve seat- piston/cylinder are fine but heads need rebuilding....soooo opportunity for many other engine upgrades and preventative replacements.
Discussion Here
I gotcha, hope it goes well.


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