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Converting 4 Gauge Display to 6 Gauge

Converting 4 Gauge Display to 6 Gauge

Postby AZ Rider [OP] » May 23 2013, 5:22pm

Is it possible to convert a 4 gauge display to a 6 gauge display? Is it a sole plug and play?
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Re: Converting 4 Gauge Display to 6 Gauge

Postby lerbud » May 23 2013, 7:21pm

plug & play. You need speedo & bezel. You will need to get mileage & hours programmed.
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Re: Converting 4 Gauge Display to 6 Gauge

Postby AZ Rider [OP] » May 23 2013, 7:25pm

Is it hard to remove the bezel and gauges? How much would it cost to be programmed?
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Custom Tuned By Lew
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Anzo U-Bar Headlights w/55w HIDs & LED Fog
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Re: Converting 4 Gauge Display to 6 Gauge

Postby lerbud » May 23 2013, 7:30pm

Its easy to get the speedo out. Depends on your dealer for programming. Would hope no more than 1 hour.
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Re: Converting 4 Gauge Display to 6 Gauge

Postby jw0226790 » May 23 2013, 9:15pm

I have the speedo face plate with the six gauges with the needles if you need one I think its still posted in the for sale section take a look... its an old posting may have to dig for it
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Re: Converting 4 Gauge Display to 6 Gauge

Postby AZ Rider [OP] » May 23 2013, 10:17pm

I didn't see anything, think you could provide the link?

Are the LS already prewired for the voltmeter and oil pressure?
2014 Silverado LT Crew Cab 5.3 4x4:
Airaid CAI w/ported & polished TB
3" Cat-Back Exhaust w/Spintech Muffler
Custom Tuned By Lew
RC Leveling Kit
Anzo U-Bar Headlights w/55w HIDs & LED Fog
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