Autometer Lunar Gauge Cluster

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    I bought a Autometer Lunar gauge cluster for my 02 GT. I notice on the box it says it fits the 99-00 V8 mustang gt. The part number is #7003. Has anyone used these. I saw someone else use these for an 01 GT but the part #is 7001.
     
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    It is a complete gauge cluster that replaces the stock cluster.

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    you might need to get the PATS adjusted to the cluster
     
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    You won't be able to run it due to the PATS. If you have a tuner, you can disable the pats OR swap the circuit boards on the back of the OEM cluster.
     
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    So if I swap the board it will work?
     
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    It should. I have no concrete proof but that is what I have heard. Autometer wouldn't be selling/have sold these gauges if they were impossible to work.
     
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    I know they work. I have seen them in other mustangs. My only concern was that on the package it says it is for a 99-00 mustang. I was concerned that might cause an issue since mine is an 02. I have read other posts also stating that all you need to do is replace the board. I will update you once I get a chance to install them.
     
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    Installed the cluster and it looks and works great. I found a link to SIMCO's install guide. My Autometers have the same board. I think that SIMCO actually produced them for Autometer. Here is the link to the install guide in case anyone else needs it.

    http://www.simcoaftermarket.com/asse...xx_install.pdf
     
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