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Yes - the full sweep is just a calibration check for the motors. So you still need to make sure you install the needle in the right spot.

On the Cobalts, all info was stored in the BCM as well - but there was no VIN linked to the cluster. The only thing you had to be sure of was the year of the cluster and the year of your car matched, relative to what we knew was interchangeable with full function. '05 and '06 Cobalts could use either an '05 or '06 without a loss of functionality (DIC options). '07 required an '07 cluster and '08-'10 could use any cluster in the '08-'10 range. Speed would adjust accordingly no matter if you matched the year or not (three different speed-level clusters).
 
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