Not sure what you mean by reprogramming the printed speedo with needle? You have 2 ways to go about the printed speed, one is swap the motherboards with the Canadian cluster or do as stated below(long and drawn out way)hello and thanks for your reply i just want to reprogram the speedometer from MPH to KMP
I seen a few Cadillacs like the STS and CTS do that but they are using luminescent clusters(ones that are all black when the car is off). That makes more sense now of what he is asking.I think what the op is referring to is on some gm cars (my equinox for instance) when you change to the metric system the speedo changes with it. For instance if I'm going 60mph and change to metric, the needle jumps to 100. I'm assuming the cruze can't do this.
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Already did that and wanted the actual speedo to do the same. Truthfully I always use digital. The way my seat height is and steering wheel is angled I barely see numbers past 45-50 Mph.Just use the digital speed screen in the center of the dash. I believe you can change from English to metric, correct?
Bummer the cruze can't do that. I love scaring my friends when I set cruise to 75 (so I know I won't start speeding lol) and then change to metric and then when they look back over at the speedo they see it's almost buried. The looks on their faces are hilarious. In the equinox. The speedo is printed, but the actual needle will move. So even though the speed of the vehicle stays the same, as soon as I hit metric, the needle flys up to the speed in kmh. The actual numbers don't change because they're printed. The only indication you're in kmh is that there's a little light in the dash that changes from mph to kph depending...lol.
thanks au201 that what I want to do I am just wondering if it is possibleI think what the op is referring to is on some gm cars (my equinox for instance) when you change to the metric system the speedo changes with it. For instance if I'm going 60mph and change to metric, the needle jumps to 100. I'm assuming the cruze can't do this.