Originally Posted by shojoejr
but don't it swing the opposite way. (95 cluster to a 00)
it hasn't on mine. like i said, i've swapped mine multiple times and haven't had a problem.
Originally Posted by 01B3000
No, the only difference between the 95 cluster and 00 clusters are a few idiot lights locations and the fact that its built a bit different...
But im not sure if moving a needle would result in the check gauge light coming up, or was it doing that before you moved the needle?
the reason the check gauge light comes on is because the wtg pegs out to hot, or if your oil pressure gauge drops, or if your fuel is low. when the truck starts to over heat, the light will come on. it's probably done by resistance. when it gets out of its boundaries, it will trip the light.
here is one without the resistor:
and one with: