Yeah yeah, I know we "officially" went metric back in the 80s, and just defined the current measurements as fractions of the metric equivalents. To be honest, I wish we would finally convert completely over to metric. For one, I'm tired of having to keep track of two different tool sets.
Ok gonna kick up a old one. I having sorta the same issue. I have a 90 tracker Cali. My gauge cluster is broken needles are broken. Bought it that way. Can't seem to find any clust that my plugs will plug in. What cluster will work I wanna spend a hour cuting and splicing. I've seen somewhere that 89-91 harness are the same. Any help be great
Canadian cali 1990 Geo Tracker 5spd 4x4 8v 2"lift 31 9.50 15 Super Swamper tsl home made snorkel.
I believe that the cluster only from the 89/90 will work on your car - the catalog indicates a difference between California and Japanese made ones, as well. First difference, of course, is mph or kph, also whether the car is 2wd or 4wd. The basic issue is to make sure that you have the same number of connectors, they are in the proper location for your set up, and the connectors have the same number of pins!!! I don't think anything newer that 89-91 will fit, and some 91's may not fit at all. You need to visually make sure that the pin count is exactly the same as your car.
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