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post #1 of 19 Old 09-03-2013, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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Swapping an instrument cluster? Input?

I have an 02 cb900f with the tac broken off the instrument. I'm soon to replace the whole instrument with a stock one but is it possible to keep the old odometer to keep the correct mileage?

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If you keep the current circuit board, yes. But good luck changing the needles without damaging them or getting them back on in the right position.

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How many miles you have?
I have a complete cluster. I can part out what you need, or sell you the whole thing. My gauge shows 14,830.

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Honestly, if yours is complete, works and the same as the 02 I'd be interested in purchasing it if the price is right?

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02-03 are the same, 04+ are different. They had two trip meters, clock and the gauges swept. The correctors are different because of that.

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02-03 are the same, 04+ are different. They had two trip meters, clock and the gauges swept. The correctors are different because of that.
Has someone ever figured out the pinouts for those?

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I have the wiring harness as well out of mine, if you want pictures or color codes or anything like that.

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Has someone ever figured out the pinouts for those?
I believe Google did in relation to the aftermarket gauges. You should be able to search for them or look in the drop box.

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I have the wiring harness as well out of mine, if you want pictures or color codes or anything like that.
Actually if you still have any pics on hand, I'm happy with any additional info that may assist in the swap.
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I wanna say the color code is the same, just different plugs since my 2003 9er has a gauge cluster out of a later model since it has a clock/ dual trip odometers. Whoever clobbered the bike together way back when just bought a shitton of butt-crimps and went to town splicing in the later cluster to the '03 plugs. Color didn't change which is why I wondered why they ever crimp-connected the ends.

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Actually if you still have any pics on hand, I'm happy with any additional info that may assist in the swap.
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I can take whatever pics you need.

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Has someone ever figured out the pinouts for those?
Yes
I installed an 04 on my 02 and have pics

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I can't find them stay tuned.

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Some old post also links you to the connectors.

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Does everything work on the new cluster? And did you connect the blue wire to the blue/black one?

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Yes everything worked and I believe blue did connect to blue/black.

I have all kinds of parts from my old 02 cluster, pins, bulbs, connectors, harness and bits. PM me

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