Moon Gauge

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Sean Sills

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I am going to assume that the early 90's moon gauge cluster will not work with .y 98 dash. Am I correct? I loved the moon guages.
 

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Not a chance lol... Not without some seriously intense modifications, and even then it's pretty unlikely lol. For one thing, all the moonie clusters have the vehicle speed sensor stuff done IN the cluster, whereas starting in 96, the VSS runs to the PCM directly. You'd have a fun time trying to get that to work, much less everything else.
 

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Not a chance lol... Not without some seriously intense modifications, and even then it's pretty unlikely lol. For one thing, all the moonie clusters have the vehicle speed sensor stuff done IN the cluster, whereas starting in 96, the VSS runs to the PCM directly. You'd have a fun time trying to get that to work, much less everything else.
Well hell.
 

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You could sell your 98 and possibly find a nice 91 with moon gauges as that was the last year that use them.
 

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I love the moon gages on my 1990. They all work!

Used to have a 2000 K3500 (last year of GMT400s), and the flickering needle on the fuel gage annoyed me (aka 'hummingbird gas needle').
 

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I love the moon gages on my 1990. They all work!

Used to have a 2000 K3500 (last year of GMT400s), and the flickering needle on the fuel gage annoyed me (aka 'hummingbird gas needle').
I like that, that’s a good analogy hummingbird gas needle! :)
 
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