2018 Digital Cluster Installation Guide

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I agree with you, install is straight forward. I recommend using a oscillating cutting tool to trim the plastic behind the dash cluster. It makes for a much cleaner cut. You don’t have to have anyone program it for you. Forscan is very straight forward.
Sorry, maybe I confused the issue. I was responding to the post by momogt26 post #1583 about installing a non digital cluster. For that one, there is no cutting required. And yes, I agree Forscan is straight forward. I was pretty nervous at first, but as long as you have a copy of your original as built data, you can fix an error if you make one - other than accidentally going over on the mileage. If you do that, you would have to send it off to have it fixed for like $89.





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The dash that I got is a 2019 and has lower miles than my car I can change the miles with forscan correct
Yes, you can always go up in mileage, never down with Forscan.
 

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I agree with you, install is straight forward. I recommend using a oscillating cutting tool to trim the plastic behind the dash cluster. It makes for a much cleaner cut. You don’t have to have anyone program it for you. Forscan is very straight forward.
You do not have to cut the dash for the regular cluster just the digital one.
 

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You do not have to cut the dash for the regular cluster just the digital one.
I know, I misspoke, my bad. Missed the part where it was just a normal cluster.
 

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