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Switching a digital dash from MPH to KM/H (or vice versa)


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#1 stickedy

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Posted 12 November 2006 - 05:22 PM

There is jumper (in fact it's a connector with two pins and a piece of wire between this two pins.) inside the dash. You can reach it without pulling the whole dash! Just loosen all the little srews around the transparent plastic cover and take away piece for piece. Then you will see this jumper.

Installed = MPH
Uninstalled = KM/H

It will only take about five to ten minutes.

And when the cover is already away, you can take the opportunity and clean everything with some dry cloth.

This will apply to digital dashes for EA82 of 1987 and later (the green ones).




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