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Old 08-26-2014, 21:45   #1 (permalink)
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Question Golf Mk3 - Mileage Correction - Help Plz

Hi Guys,

I wound if you can help me.

Over 5 years ago I changed my cluster in my Golf mk3 from a stranded one to an Anniversary/SE cluster (one with silver dials).

Since fitting the new cluster the mileage has always been wrong but I have always logged the correct mileage for MOT time.

As I have been messing with eeproms more I fancied giving this ago so I dug out an old golf mk3 cluster to mess with.

Anyway pulled the below dump:

with 106484 mile from my test cluster.

While searching online iv worked out some use the first top 4 rows and some just the first line on the top row.

Then I found a forum that completely confused me. one guy asked for a mileage correction that has 4 lines complete but an fellow member (on there) only changed the top begin line

anyway i uploaded both dumps to the cluster and both worked so I then copied the first line from the changed dump to my original dump and it also worked.

I have tried every program I can find of online to adjust the mileage but non seem to work.

Can anyone shad any light on how I can calculated the hex please.

My current (original) mileage of my car is 163,186 and the cluster fitted has 126,840 and my test cluster has 106,484.


Just though I would post my story as I don't want anyone thinking I'm dodgy
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Old 09-25-2015, 08:21   #2 (permalink)
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Hi mate, ru solved your odometer?
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