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Old 10-27-2005, 03:17 PM   #1
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Well Im experimenting with the idea to turn my gagues to white, leave the numbers red....so in my quest I have a face of an SSEI cluster and a SE cluster also i have a complete SE cluster.......

I was looking at the 2 faces and wondering if the Larger gagues (Fuel, temp, oil and battery) could be adapted to the SE cluster......the motors are in the same postion and look like the motors are the same.....ALSO does anyone know how the "sweep function works?? Bill W said that he thinks its a remote box that controls it

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turning the SLE into an SSE eh? lol
i do belive the sweep is controled via remote controller.Only thing is you will not have a funtioning SSE DIC. Not even sure how you would hook that up in a car that didnt have it from the factory.
If you can make that work, that would be awesome!
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turning the SLE into an SSE eh? lol
i do belive the sweep is controled via remote controller.Only thing is you will not have a funtioning SSE DIC. Not even sure how you would hook that up in a car that didnt have it from the factory.
If you can make that work, that would be awesome!
well i would be using the SSE gagues, and the motors on the SE cluster...
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maybe you could mount an LED display in the spot of the DIC, that would show what neons are on, what are off, etc.
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Or try to find a really small LCD of some design.
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