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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-12-05, 10:02 PM
Rocky
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replacing 2001 f150 speedo cluster

I have an xl and wanted a factory tach - how can I correct the mileage in
the replacement xlt cluster or is it stored in the computer, and the correct
miles will show on my replacement xlt cluster automatically? I am hoping to
find the tach wire behind the old xl cluster?




 
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-13-05, 10:03 AM
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Re: replacing 2001 f150 speedo cluster

Rocky wrote:
> I have an xl and wanted a factory tach - how can I correct the mileage in
> the replacement xlt cluster or is it stored in the computer, and the correct
> miles will show on my replacement xlt cluster automatically? I am hoping to
> find the tach wire behind the old xl cluster?
>
>

I had to get the cluster on my old 01 due to a problem. The miles on the
odometer are programed at the cluster manufacturer. There is also some
programming besides that that has to be done, which I believe is for the
PATS system.
 
post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-14-05, 04:01 AM
Rocky
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Re: replacing 2001 f150 speedo cluster

I'll stop by the local dealer and see if they can handle the programming.

"Marlin Singer" <marlin.singer@verizon.SPAMDAM.net> wrote in message
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> Rocky wrote:
>> I have an xl and wanted a factory tach - how can I correct the mileage in
>> the replacement xlt cluster or is it stored in the computer, and the
>> correct miles will show on my replacement xlt cluster automatically? I
>> am hoping to find the tach wire behind the old xl cluster?
>>
>>

> I had to get the cluster on my old 01 due to a problem. The miles on the
> odometer are programed at the cluster manufacturer. There is also some
> programming besides that that has to be done, which I believe is for the
> PATS system.



 
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