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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack@European_Parts View Post
    The gauges are for sure, the color display not sure but most likely just might?

    Well, I don't think I'm going to try and open that can of worms.

    I will be more than happy just to have a cluster that doesn't display like a Christmas tree and gives me real information in the temp and oil pressure area.

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    This one indeed does.....
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    I told you jack is the man!
    You are lucky your wife gave you some of the German chocolate!
    My wife eat's them all! I don't get $hit.
    And after all her worrying she got German chocolate.

    Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjisan265 View Post
    Now with that said, from in the quote above Jack, am I to understand that my original color center display is capable/compatible of being swapped out rather easily with the non-color display.



    Kind Regards,

    Robert
    If you thinking just swap LCD , then it is not possible , they are completely 2 different things. You have to get Color cluster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vwtech View Post
    I told you jack is the man!
    You are lucky your wife gave you some of the German chocolate!
    My wife eat's them all! I don't get $hit.
    And after all her worrying she got German chocolate.

    Good Luck
    "I told you jack is the man!" All I can say VwTech is I have no argument there.

    Now I've been married to my wonderful wife for 21 plus years. You learn what the boundaries are when it comes to excellent high-end chocolate and getting half a chocolate bar from her was not an easy task....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetta ,97 View Post
    If you thinking just swap LCD , then it is not possible , they are completely 2 different things. You have to get Color cluster.
    It was a thought, but as I stated earlier to Jack, it's not a road I 'm going to travel down.

    I just want an instrument cluster that works for now so I can keep the car and focus on the other areas of the car that may need some attention. Previous owner was advised that a coolant and brake fluid flush was being recommended from his Audi service center since it's been more than 5 years since those were last changed.


    Also I'm going to heed Jack's pictogram above and not deviate from his steps above when I swap the cluster out using VCDS.

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    Just remember that the public code is REQUIRED first & your code is to be used if good from your car in 050.

    I believe that code is good since you were successful remarrying existing keys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack@European_Parts View Post
    Just remember that the public code is REQUIRED first & your code is to be used if good from your car in 050.

    I believe that code is good since you were successful remarrying existing keys.
    Well understood!

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    If anyone is looking for the debate between Jack and Jetta ,97 that used to be in this thread, I've split it out into its own thread:
    https://forums.ross-tech.com/showthread.php?18213

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    Hey Jack,

    You're unbelievable helpful, kind and a God send.

    The replacement cluster is in, SKC went perfectly, keys are adapted, coolant gauge is working, low oil pressure light is off and the fuel gauge appears to be working okay, but I won't know for sure until I drive the Audi back and forth to my Job next week for sure. Haven't done the mileage adaption as of yet because of time constraints.

    Haven't tested the navigation, but who cares. Only had to recode the Bose radio, which is simple.

    As money permits I will start moving on to the other issues the car has and look forward to interacting with you great guys here on the forum in resolving them as needed.

    Kind Regards,

    Robert

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