919 Gauge cluster swap grants 02-03 9ers a built in clock! - Wrist Twisters
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post #1 of 7 Old 11-10-2013, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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919 Gauge cluster swap grants 02-03 9ers a built in clock!

I've been wanting a real clock on my 2003 919 ever since I got it, and I've just figured out how to do it.

I found a cluster from a wrecked 2004 919 and noted that the wire harnesses were different. Both have two wire harness connectors, a black one and a "natural" one. The blacks on both are 9-pin female. On the 02-03, the natural is 9 pin male, and on the 04-08, the natural is 6-pin male.

I made a note of which color wires went in which positions. Then I used a pick tool to remove the pins from both wire harnesses. I put the 9-pin natural connector onto the 04 wire harness, and put it all back together. Worked like a charm!

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Fyi, mileage goes with the gauges. I did the same thing, but in reverse.

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Did the same thing last night. 07 cluster now fits my 02 harness. Sweet. I have notice the little buttons don't work very well. If at all. Boo!

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Did the same thing last night. 07 cluster now fits my 02 harness. Sweet. I have notice the little buttons don't work very well. If at all. Boo!
Take the rubber buttons out of the face and make sure they're turned properly. If they're in there sideways or upside down, then they may not contact the white buttons below. That would be my mistake. They worked fine before.

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Fyi, mileage goes with the gauges. I did the same thing, but in reverse.

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Take the rubber buttons out of the face and make sure they're turned properly. If they're in there sideways or upside down, then they may not contact the white buttons below. That would be my mistake. They worked fine before.
It looked like they where pointing down away from the little white buttons. I'll give that a try. Thanks.

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Fyi, mileage goes with the gauges.
I saw a post on here last night where a guy had figured out how to advance his mileage quickly by cutting up a pair of headphones which he plugged in to his laptop to generate a frequency that mimicked the hall effect of the speedo signal. Pretty clever.

Guy said he didn't remember the frequency or include where he connected the leads he'd made, but maybe someone else on here knows.

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