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    GTX Inst. Cluster Install Question

    A friend of mine in the auto body shop business doing some side work on a pair of '06 GTX's... Everything was fine till he changed a busted instrument cluster to a new one. Now the ski turns over, but won't start/fire... I'm guessing it's a missed or lose wire. Hopefully something obvious, but he asked if the cluster, like in some autos, has to be "mated" or "programmed" to the ECU? He puts the key in, gets the two beeps, try to start it, then gets one long beep an a "eng. maint" light...

    Any suggestions for trouble shooting?


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    Yes the gauge needs to be married. If its a new gauge it also needs to be flashed with firmware.

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    This is all beyond my scope of modding, but I'll relay the message. I take it he will need to get to a BUDS dealer? And, does it matter that he through the old cluster away in the trash...?

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