Here try them, back when I was looking to get a monte cluster somebody referred me to them. I don't think it gives to much info for just the mileage transfer but when I was in contact with them via email they said they could. But that was some time ago, but it's worth a shot
There are many GM authorized cluster repair centers all over the country that do this. Here in Florida we deal with Technicar in Oldsmar Florida. You tell them what you want the mileage to be, & have to sign a notarized statement that you swear the mileage is correct. They were going to charge me $45 to do this. Try to find the center nearest to you, & see what they will charge. GARY
Posted: Thu Aug 07, 2014 1:16 am Post subject: Re: Mileage transfer.
I was wondering if there was anyway to do this. The dealership I go to won't do for legality reasons and I believe BB doesn't do this service any more. Can anyone give me advice in this area?
that Is why I bought a cluster close to my mileage my cluster has 300 miles more then it should though it won't effect the value that much
I understand, but this is exactly what I wanted for pretty cheap. A lot of people wanted around $150 for one when I was looking. I payed under $100. I remember there was a member here a while back that wanted around $300 for his used cluster. Anyway I'll just deal with this extra mileage. Having a tach is nice.
"The skippers been drinking, oh yes he has you can tell."-Bob Ross
How much miles are on those seats? How much pounds of ass were applied to the seat during every trip? Lol
This thread is about *this* far from being about me, all oiled up, eating chili mac in a walmart bathroom.
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