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2001 Civic Dx, Gauge Cluster Swap

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[quote name='SuperStreetRX7' date='Jan 15 2003, 7:48 PM']What is the difference in the gauges? Yes, it will work.[/quote]
hmm only difference could be color.. :laugh: :laugh: ahha

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nope. redline is gonna be different. ex should red at higher revs than a dx, i'm pretty sure they do. if you remember the red on your old tach then you could just put in your own redline, and if your an car has an automatic then you don't have much to worry about though.

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Yeah. A auto doesn't have to have a tach just the same as a manual doesn't have to. If it has a speedometer, odometer, and temp gauge, as well as being the right shape and size, it will fit.

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it should work. but if you don't have a sensor for a tach your going to have to get one. it'd be just like putting in a boost guage, or an oil pressure guage...if you don't have the sensor your going to have to get one, hook it up, and put in the guage. if its the same size, etc, it should work with a little imagination.

why not just find the guage cluster out of a automatic like his with a tach?

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I actually found driving by sound pretty easy. Did it with multiple cars at work and it was pretty much the same as driving with a tach.

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