Instrument cluster swap

Discussion in '3rd Gen - 2007 - 2017' started by Jeffrey Falkner, Nov 1, 2017.


  1. Flexpedition

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    iDatalink Maestro. It interfaces with and displays OBD2 goodies onto certain Alpine, JVC, Kenwood, and Pioneer head units.

    There was some talk on an F150 forum about developing a solution to make the iDatalink Maestro compatible with the Ford Pioneer and Clarion OEM navigation units. Not sure what ever panned out.
     
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    The F150 Display into the Expedition would not be any easy swap. As we are discovering when attempting changes via FORSCAN, The Expy is missing several modules that the F150 has.
     
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    @LokiWolf is it possible that the the code is still available just in different modules?
     
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    Might be. Just makes the process a real pain. I know one guy who swapped the euro display into his Edge, and it looks great, but he spent some SERIOUS time getting the programming right.
     
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    I'm still looking into the auto fold option and I have the code that you change in the the DDM and the PDM and I'm wondering if I found that code like 740-xxxx -xxxx whatever in another module if it would mean the same thing or if they are just arbitrary numbers.
     

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