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Old 17 Sep 2009, 04:46 pm
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Default Will a 2003 Honda civic fit in a 2002 Honda civic?

I am just wondering B/c i like the 2003 cluster more then the 2002 cluster. But there is a nice 2002 foe sale down the road for a good price and i wanted to know if you could change the cluster.
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Hmm...you might have to fold down the seats...maybe put a couple of parts in the glove compartment...might also have to leave the spare tire behind...
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Old 17 Sep 2009, 06:01 pm
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most likely not. it's not just a display, it's a computer module. where would you get a 2003 from? they're not cheap.
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