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IINexusII

Replacing Speedo

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Quick question, will there be any ECU programming be needed if i was to swap out my speedo for a replacement? im thinking of getting the white dial version with the red lcd like the one in the 07/57 plate zetec models...

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Quite likely, have had to replace the speedo on my mk1 after some mods went wrong, replaced with a second hand unit which has retained the mileage from the previous vehicle. Got a qoute of about 60 quid to correct it which is quite reasonable I think

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Mk2 needs reprogrammed to the immobiliser mileage adjusted etc etc not cheap by any means

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I had the instrument cluster in my mk1 replaced by ford and it needed reprogrammed because of security functions, my milage started from zero again and previous mileage recorded

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If I unplug my speedo will it need reprogramming cause im going to change the black background to white??

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Once its programmed to the car disconnecting the battery and unplugging the cluster should be okay as the code should be stored! I would any mods to the new cluster first before fitting and coding

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