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Old 11-29-2006
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Sport Trac Gauge Cluster

Hey guys...with a Sport Trac gauge cluster fit in my 98 Ranger? Is it "plug and play" type set up? I really want to change to the white face gauge look with out going aftermarket. What are these gauge clusters going for?
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I put one in my 2000 and it was a plug and play, except the cruise control light on it wont come on when I turn the cruise control on. I did not have the CC light in my old cluster though.

I got it for about $40 shipped on ebay.
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Sweet...i do not have cruise so I would not have to worry about that at all.
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Well I do have cruise control, but the light on the cluster wont come on. I switch from a tachless cluster. Anyone know how to get the CC light to work?
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Well I do have cruise control, but the light on the cluster wont come on. I switch from a tachless cluster. Anyone know how to get the CC light to work?

Is the bulb installed and works?

Thats the only thing I can think of.
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I got one for my 98 and it was directly plug and play. Unfortunatley the guage was bad, but yes, it works in a 98 perfectly,
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Great...now i just need to find one.
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How do you guys go about changing the mileage on the cluster to match that of your truck?
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How do you guys go about changing the mileage on the cluster to match that of your truck?
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I said screw it and didnt change the mileage cause it was only like 4,000 miles off. But since it didn't work, I put the old cluster back in.
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would it plug and play in my 96 you guys think???
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would it plug and play in my 96 you guys think???
It will work, but i think the lights will be not correct. Such as check gage, door ajar, fuel reset etc..
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My CC light has NEVER worked on 3 clusters.........

In my 95 the only 2 lights that are switched is the door ajar and fuel reset lights.....
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Just a FYI on this one guys. Check out www.tacomaspeedometer.com for speedos. That's where I got my ST cluster and everything lines up, works, and was plug and play.
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Just a FYI on this one guys. Check out www.tacomaspeedometer.com for speedos. That's where I got my ST cluster and everything lines up, works, and was plug and play.
I didn't see where they were selling any clusters?!?
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Gotta phone them. I found them through an Ebay auction.

I got mine for under $40 shipped. They have a crapload of gauges.

Just have to actually get off the net and talk with a human......LOL
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ahhhhh....how do I do that??????
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