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 323 gauge cluster in an mx-3 
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How hard would it be to swap the cluster from an 323f 97 model in an mx-3?


So that you can have illuminated needles......


February 03 2014, 2:44 PM
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97 would be an OBD2 cluster so your car needs to be 96 or 97. my 5 cents

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February 03 2014, 10:21 PM
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Jforce wrote:
How hard would it be to swap the cluster from an 323f 97 model in an mx-3?


So that you can have illuminated needles......


Don't think its been done... Be a pioneer and let use know how it goes..


February 04 2014, 1:39 AM
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Hmm, yeah the digital distance counter could be a problem.

Als the sensor's etc. However the OBD-1 and OBD-2 mx-3 use the same cluster.

What about an mx-6 cluster?


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However the OBD-1 and OBD-2 mx-3 use the same cluster.


I just re-compared the two, a 92 vs 96. Both clusters look very similar but the circuit on the back lh side is different from one to the other as are the part numbers for each cluster. Just sayin.

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February 04 2014, 9:41 PM
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Jforce wrote:
Hmm, yeah the digital distance counter could be a problem.

Als the sensor's etc. However the OBD-1 and OBD-2 mx-3 use the same cluster.

What about an mx-6 cluster?


OBD 1 and 2 look very close to the same, but they are different... OBD1 and 2 wiring harnesses are comnpletely different in the Mx3's...


February 04 2014, 10:03 PM
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Yeah knew about the wiring harnas.


But it probally won't work..


But new idea:

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February 06 2014, 1:49 PM
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