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Old 03-29-2006, 05:09 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by 1993 SLE
just a suggestion....could you remove the Compass, and the DIC and use them in the new cluster.....basically a mix and match to get the parts correct and working???
Now theres a question, lol

As for the ALM, I hvae the pins mapped out and where they go.. I have an ALM, DingBox, and the cluster PCBs, and DIC (I just need the compass)

I am mainly trying to ask this so if it WONT work with a guarantee, I will just get an OBD-II style that'* all
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