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Instrument Cluster question

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Hi everyone,

Was wondering will a 2011 gt3 instrument cluster fit in my 2007 gt3? Found this white face dials on ebay and i would love to change mine. Is it a plug and play application?

Thanks

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Probably not. There is a service bulletin on the changes after 2007.

Plus they are different depending on whether you have the stopwatch option or not.

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Ok thank you Loren, one last thing if ever i found a cluster that work for my car do i still need to program it? How about the mileage?

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Changing the mileage will depend on your countries laws. In the US you are not (legally) allowed to change an odometer reading once it has gone over 52 miles. You must them note the odometer/instrument cluster change in the car's title registration.

But there may be other options that could require a PIWIS tester to change country code and perhaps miles to kilometers.

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No its not illegal in my country. I knw its not right but i knda like to change the cluster for a lower mileage car. Is that possible?

Thank you

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