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Old 02-13-2010, 09:06 PM   #1
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Okay, I know this question has already been asked for older models, but I need an absolutely certain answer to this : will a civic LX 2002 coupe cluster gauge fit a 2001 civic DX? I know it will physically fit, but I need to know if the tachometer and other gauges will work because my DX does not have the RPM gauge. So will the gauges work if I just plug and play it? And if not can someone tell me what wires I have to modify to make it work? Thanks a lot and sorry if this has already been answered, I did search a lot but I need confirmation on this from someone who did it.

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Old 02-14-2010, 03:03 AM   #2
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Dude, a friend of mine did a gauge cluster swap with the same vehicles you are stating. He simply uninstalled the stock DX cluster in his 2002 Civic DX and installed a cluster from a 2001 LX Civic. Its straight up plug-n-play.

So many people (even for other Civics) are afraid that if they install one with a tachometer and their old cluster doesn't have a tachometer, they think it won't work! Its not a problem. You simply need to know that if you...

1) If you have a gauge cluster and a automatic trans: YOU NEED AN AUTOMATIC LX GAUGE CLUSTER
2) But if you have gauge cluster and a manual transmission: YOU NEED A MANUAL LX GAUGE CLUSTER

Manual Transmission (M/T) = won't work with an automatic gauge cluster
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Automatic Transmission (AT) = won't work with an manual gauge cluster
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Oh sick thanks a lot man!
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So Its The Same For A 2004 Civic Dx Manuel
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hey men i have a 2004 coupe dx manual cluster without tach and y had to put a 2005 coupe EX automatic cluster with tach... and i try to plug and play but dosent work.... I did search a lot but i cant find anything about that.... so... i need help... its that possible?
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