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post #1 of 11 Old 08-26-2008, 06:28 AM Thread Starter
 
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Parts Same for '02 and '03?

I need some parts for my '03 919 and a guy on ebay has them for an '02. I need the headlight assembly and the instrument cluster. Think they would be the same?

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post #2 of 11 Old 08-26-2008, 06:48 AM
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I would think you should be fine - they should be interchangable.


Somebody PLEASE speak up if I'm wrong.

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post #3 of 11 Old 08-26-2008, 07:27 AM
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To the best of my knowledge '02-'03 are the same. '04 I blieve they changed to the clock version. I could be wrong, anyone else?

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All else fails, you can look the parts up on ronayers.com (or your favorite parts finder). Ron Ayers will let you do a 'reverse lookup' of parts as well. I believe rickard is correct though.

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02 and 03 are the same exact parts. 04-07 are slightly upgraded. 04-07 has a second trip and clock on speedometer as well as the suspension being adjustable.

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02 and 03 are the same exact parts. 04-07 are slightly upgraded. 04-07 has a second trip and clock on speedometer as well as the suspension being adjustable.

Any idea if an 04-07 speedo would work on an 03 and still have the clock and second trip function? That's pretty much the only regret I have about not getting the 04 that I was looking at (title issues killed that one).

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Yes I have an 04 cluster on my 02. The plug is different and needs changing but no issues so far.

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After reviewing the service manual on the wiring diagrams...the 04-07 speedometer will not work directly without modifying the 02-03 harness.

02-03 models have a different wiring harness...one more wire than the 04-07.

02-03 has 2 9p connector plug harness. The first 9p is identical on all models. The second 9p is actually a 7 wire harness with the middle wire being different from the 04+ models.

04-07 has the 9p and a 6p connector plug harness.

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Yes I have an 04 cluster on my 02. The plug is different and needs changing but no issues so far.
I've been trying to find the 6p connector I need, but everything I've searched for is not yielding an image and there's several different part #'s associated with it. Can you hook us up with the part# for the connector?

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Beef you don't NEED that conector, two 3 pin computer conectors will work for 1/10 the price ! The 9 pin conector only has six wires and only one of the wires color code is different. NO PROBLEMS SO FAR

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I think I've come up with an alternate solution that doesn't involve soldering, or trying to come up with some connector. Since I have the pins pulled from the connectors I think I'm just going to coat them in dielectric grease and use heat shrink tubing to lock them in place. Fitting all of that crap into the 599 bucket didn't pan out for me again on my 3rd try, granted the 02/04 connectors werent connected. That extra 1/2" of space would be nice to have and may let it all squeeze in without bulging the side of the bucket.

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