1991 Dodge D-50 4 cylinder, 5-speed
The truck has the stock instrument cluster that with just the fuel gauge, temp gauge, and speedometer. I have acquired a replacement (sport) cluster with the extra gauges (oil pressure and Volts) and the tachometer. I know I need to replace the oil pressure sender in order for that to work correctly, and it is already ordered.
My question is this: has anyone successfully reset the mechanical odometer when replacing clusters? My truck currently has 92K on it, but my replacement cluster reads 141K. BTW, changing your odometer is perfectly legal unless you are doing it to commit fraud.