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Old 08-10-2008, 01:47 AM   #1
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Talking need help on my 1992 toyota pickup cluster swap

aloha!!!!!!!!!

i have one 1992 toyota pick-up with a 5-speed manual trans/22re engine......

i have one sr5 gauge cluster came out from a 1991 toyota pick-up with auto trans/V6 engine..........

just wanna know if the cluster will work on my truck..................what are the steps that i need to do/////or the best thing to do
need all the advice that i can get........
thanks a lot for the help.......................mahalo
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aloha!!!!!!!!!

i have one 1992 toyota pick-up with a 5-speed manual trans/22re engine......

i have one sr5 gauge cluster came out from a 1991 toyota pick-up with auto trans/V6 engine..........

just wanna know if the cluster will work on my truck..................what are the steps that i need to do/////or the best thing to do
need all the advice that i can get........
thanks a lot for the help.......................mahalo

Won't work! 89 to 91 trucks have a cable driven speedo, Toyota switched to digital in 92 then back to cable in 95 again. You will need to have a cluster from the same year and engine size and trans to make sure you don't have any issues. Also make sure you change out the sending unit for the warning light on your truck, to the oil pressure sending unit other wise the oil pressure guage will burn out and it will not work anymore. If you do the dash swap before you you change the oil pressure sending unit, make sure you disconnect the wire for the oil warning light before you hook up the battery or turn the key to be safe.

Here is a link with some info, its for the 2nd gen rigs but a lot of the info will still apply.

http://siestaoff-road.web1000.com/clustertech.html
sorry to break the news, hope this helps
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they are both electronic not cable type
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You may also have an issue with using the Tachometer. It will need to be re-calibrated for the 4cyl to work properly. It can be done on the tach itself.
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i think you have to rewire it....cause it came from one automatic
and my truck is 5-speed.......but dont know how
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From my knowledge if your truck has manual front hubs it is cable driven, if it has no hubs it is electronic speedometer.
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they are both electronic not cable type
Not true... I have have a speedo cable in my 89 I just changed it out a couple months ago cause it was squeeking...
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i mean the one i have.......
the original cluster on my truck is electronic(4 cyl/5-speed)

and the one im trying to put is electronic too but came out from one V6 with auto trans...........

help.................................
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this might help http://www.yotatech.com/f116/how-con...ctures-102656/
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the cluster i'm trying to put is came out from one V6 with Automatic Trans

my truck is 4 cylinder with 5-speed trans
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how do you switch the cluster from 6cyl. to 4cyl. on the tach?
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If the cluster doesn't work out I would be interested in it let me know... jasondumbolton@yahoo.com thanks
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I also have the same issue. my truck is a 92 4x4 4 cylinder. the cluster came from a 94 automatic v6. everything on it works just fine minus the take. I need to figure out how to recalibrate it.
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