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    Thread: A3 cluster wiring harness in corrado vr6 ?

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      Jetta TDI 03, Corrado 24v 90.
      07-25-2012 11:33 PM #1
      I was wondering if I'm able to get the cluster wiring harness from a Golf, Jetta or passat from 1991 to 1997 at the junkyard will it fit my corrado vr 92 cluster ? I'm preaty sure it will, I'd like to have a confimation by someone on here.

      The current cluster wirring harness I have is from 1990 corrado and it dosen't work for blinkers and Speedo with the vr6 cluster

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      '90 Corrado | '62 Harley Panhead
      07-26-2012 08:02 AM #2
      Yes, it will work fine. You will still need to do a few things depending on what you swapped when you did the VR. Namely, wiring up the blinker indicator plug (left and Right) that will come off of the A3 Cluster harness. ..unless you used the VR body harness too then you just need to plug it in
      Last edited by sdezego; 07-26-2012 at 08:05 AM.

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      07-26-2012 06:33 PM #3
      Thx sdezego

      I found cluster wiring harness from a 92 passat 16v at the junkyard and I installed it today, everything works now. I had to move 1 wire for the power to the cluster.

      I don't know how accurate the speedo is with the o2m sensor and corrado wheel size I'll compare with GPS when I have some free time.

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      07-27-2012 10:39 AM #4
      Probably only about 2-3 MPH off at most due to tire size.

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