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|Instrument Cluster Interchageability|
|Tweet Topic Started: May 1 2012, 08:56 AM (842 Views)|
|TimmyD||May 1 2012, 08:56 AM Post #1|
A Metro Driver
Question for all you wise ones (and not for you fakers )
Will the instrument cluster from a '92 'vert fit into a '99 3 cyl. hatchback?
Inquireing minds want to know.
|91 ragtop||May 1 2012, 09:22 AM Post #2|
It will fit but the odometer only shows 5 digits whereas yours is supposed to have 6. It might cause a problem if you ever try to sell it. Our titles show if it's a 5or 6 digit odometer. The 92 was the last year with the 5 digit one.
|mjspiess||May 1 2012, 10:10 PM Post #3|
What: Instrument Cluster with Tachometer & Tripometer
For: '92-'01 Metro/Swift
Donor Car: '92-'01 Geo/Chevy Metro/Swift
Modification required: None. Although it may be beneficial to pull the speedo cable from the donor car as it is a little longer & double check the "idiot" lights, since the features of each car may be different. Example: Rear Defrost, etc. Also, be sure if your Metro is a 3 cylinder, you are pulling the cluster from a 3 cylinder & vice versa for a 4 cylinder. '89-'91 instrument clusters are shaped differently & will not work for the '92+ Metros. Some Metros/Swifts have a tripometer, but no tachometer as well if you want a simpler way of keeping track of mileage.
Why: Able to see engine RPM & track mileage easier by using the tripometer, rather than doing math at each fillup
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