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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-24-2017, 12:07 AM Thread Starter
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7.3 cluster conversion to 2008

i am wondering if anyone has converted their 7.3 gauges to the 2008 gauges that are fully functional and if so how did you do it
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-24-2017, 12:17 AM
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Re: 7.3 cluster conversion to 2008

Keep on searching -

I donít see why not. All we need is speedometer, rpm, fuel gauge. well thatís all that we need or for me anyways. The rest can be got from an external monitor say cts2. Heíll indont even look at my instrument cluster anymore anyways lol.


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Re: 7.3 cluster conversion to 2008

I don't think it'll work, as the PCM does talk with the PSOM (speedo) for input. And i doubt the 2008+ cluster works the same.


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Re: 7.3 cluster conversion to 2008

Another thought is converting the entire dash from an 08-current and leaving your instrument cluster as is. Seen it done b4


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Another thought is converting the entire dash from an 08-current and leaving your instrument cluster as is. Seen it done b4


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That would be pretty rad ^

Swap over entire interior while your at it.


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Re: 7.3 cluster conversion to 2008

Yes sir it would be. I was trying to find the video but got side tracked. Found it now though. It looks awesome but Iím kinda of a simple vanilla kinda guy so I wonít do it b/c it costs a lot of money to buy the clip (Iím cheap sob) and plus I like the interior of the 99-07.

https://youtu.be/IVEFKU7BuY0


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