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996.641.103.02.70C Instrument cluster (rally black)

Thanks for the fast reply.

Are the years different? So a 996 641 103 03 70C wont work? THanks again.

I have a "crystal" forming in the oil level area that appears to be getting bigger. Do I need to replace the cluster?

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996.641.103.03.70C is for a 98-99 C2 6 speed.

It may work and it may not. Porsche had a cluster change in MY2000 - so some MY200 cars have a later (MY2001) cluster and some have a MY200 cluster.

Do you know the part number on your current cluster?

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996.641.103.03.70C is for a 98-99 C2 6 speed.

It may work and it may not. Porsche had a cluster change in MY2000 - so some MY200 cars have a later (MY2001) cluster and some have a MY200 cluster.

Do you know the part number on your current cluster?

I dont because I would like to get a new cluster before I remove the old one. Also, do I need the milage "flashed" to a new console? Wil a dealer do it or do I need NH SPeedo or someone like that? THanks

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If it is a "new" as opposed to a used cluster them it can be set with a PST2 or PIWIS tester (along with many other settings).

I checked it is an 02 70C so I asume that means an 03 70C wont work? Sorry for the repitition but a good price for a new 03 70C is at muy local shop. THanka again.

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If it is a "new" as opposed to a used cluster them it can be set with a PST2 or PIWIS tester (along with many other settings).

I checked it is an 02 70C so I asume that means an 03 70C wont work? Sorry for the repitition but a good price for a new 03 70C is at muy local shop. THanka again.

Sorry, but you are correct. That cluster (02 70C) is for a MY01 style cluster - so that is what you will need to replace it.

As I said before that was a change over year and you got the newer style cluster.

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