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  1. Sorry, no - it has an LSA (supercharged 6.2L V8) mated to a Lambo 'box. Also, to fess up, I have no ownership in this project - it is a good friend's and I am doing as much as I can to assist... as it's pretty **** cool. My project is a plane, but that doesn't have a Porsche engine either ;) On the bench I'm using an Arduino with a CAN-BUS shield. The actual in-vehicle solution is custom, with an ARM Cortex-M4 running a number of CAN transceivers. All of the gauges on the 996 cluster are operating from emulated signals on the bench at this stage. I still have some gauge calibration to finish and a couple of error messages to mop up, but overall it is going great.
  2. Ok, I managed to track down the relevant wiring diagrams, which is certainly making things a lot easier! Thanks to all you guys for reading my post, much appreciated. I will resurrect this thread with some pics for you when the cluster is installed & working, and the car's rolling
  3. I managed to locate some connector assignment docs for the cluster and have made some good progress in getting it up and running. I needed to provide (simulated for now) inputs for the various signals/sensors so it didn't throw warnings. The fuel gauge, idiot lights, etc are all working fine, as is the menu navigation. Next I will feed it the CAN [Drive] signals for the speedo/tacho/engine temp/etc. I am working with limited information though, so I'd still be keen on a full wiring diagram if anyone had access to it.
  4. Hi all, I am hoping somebody here can assist. We are looking to use a 996 cluster in a customized kit-car build. For those interested, the car is one of these. The cluster donor vehicle - 2003 3.6L auto, VIN: WP0ZZZ99Z3S605556 Cluster has this on the back: VDO 110.080.019/088 - 996.641.226.01 70C Any pinout information for this cluster would be much appreciated. I have done a lot of searching but the docs I've found have only had the blue connector pinouts for some reason. I'd rather not have to reverse engineer all the pins if I can avoid it (Yes, I realize I will need to generate all the expected signals to drive the cluster!) Thanks in advance for any help, --Nick
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