While that does work it is best to have documentation of the cluster swap. The dealership can also help you with the mileage correction. And that is the term to use as well, mileage correction, when you saying rolling back the odometer that is the slang term used when people commit odometer fraud.
y wud u wanna roll back the odometer for...jus keep records on your engine stating that it has such and such miles on it when u bought it..so when u wanna sell it one day.u wont have any probs
he is replacing the cluster so the mileage on his ne cluster won;t match the mileage on hsi old one. He wants the odometer in the car to be correct. And THE best way to do this is to have the dealership perform a mileage correction and have them DOCUMENT it for you. Without tangiable evidence that it was performed by a professional you CAN and just MIGHT have issues with selling the car if someone knows the cluster is not the original.
I worked in the legal field for a LONG time and have seen plenty of these types of scenarios.
fuck it, i just wrote the difference in mileage on a sticker and stuck it in my glove box. I am a senior in high school and i plan on this car getting me through college, so i'm not planning on selling it anytime soon.
btw...my VIN number is just glued down. I know this is illegal, but how much trouble can i get in if a cop were to see it
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