Is it possible to change out a 2006 gauge cluster for a 2009.5 cluster? - Pontiac G6 Forum
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Is it possible to change out a 2006 gauge cluster for a 2009.5 cluster?

As you've probably guessed, I have a 2006 G6 Sedan. Nothing special, just the SE1. However, unnoticed that my friend got himself a 2009 G6 that has a different looking gauge cluster. I like how his looks opposed to mine, was wondering if it was possible to swap moment out for a newer model one.
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You sure can.... First post in our "How To" section.


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