Ok, deleted my original post cause it might be a federal offense and I don't want to get me or ramforumz in trouble!!!
I actually only changed the cluster because I wanted one with a rev counter lolseems that i must have missed most of this post
BUT, my thought is, if i had say a 2006 vehicle that had a odometer go south for any reason & i found another odometer from an older year that would interchange, it would likely have many more miles on it that mine did, i would go to a licensed speedo shop, tell them my problem, let them document my current odometer reading & have them check out the workings & reset the junk yard unit. if they do it, its completely legal
of course they could just rebuild the unit that came with your truck too
Hi David, Welcome to the site. I have a reccomendation for you, when asking a question it is better to often start a new post than to attach to a thread a year old. You might get more replies to a new post. Good luck with your fix and again Welcome! drop by the Newbie Checkin to say hi.I need to have my odometer reset for legal reasons.
I just bought a truck that had a used cluster installed, showing less mileage, to correct a door lock issue. In NC, I'm required to either have the odometer set to match original or reset to zero with a sticker added to the jamb.
In my case, the title work won't be completed until the bank retrieves the title. So I have a few days to figure this out. It has 176K actual miles, but now shows 138K. The cluster was changed last week and I have the original cluster to work with.
Can a module be taken off the back of the original cluster and swapped into the replacement cluster to show original mileage?