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Late Jimny instrument cluster pinouts

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29 Jul 2018 09:59 #194693 by Lee
I have this cluster (post 2007) which I bought from a wreckers, and I want to power it up so I can see how many kilometres are on the odo.

So I need to know the pinouts on the cluster so I can find the +12V and the ground. I have searched all over the net and can only find wiring diagrams for earlier Jimnys.

Any help would be much appreciated, thanks.

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29 Jul 2018 16:32 #194695 by Lambert
I might be wrong but I think I read somewhere that the odo count is from the ecu? Or it may have not been a Jimny related article.

It's not a Jimny. It's my Jimny

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29 Jul 2018 16:50 #194698 by wombat
Could you remove your existing instrument panel and plug the new one in ?

was a 2003 model with bigger tyres, now a 2008 vvt , also with bigger tyres now, k&n panel filter

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30 Jul 2018 10:55 - 30 Jul 2018 10:58 #194715 by yakuza
The Pin out is in the FSM. You will find your vehicle code by the VIN-number in a list and then you will find the correct wiring diagram and pin out list.
I found it easily for my 2005 car and it should be more or less the same as 2007.
You can find download links if you google or search the forum.

But I am quite sure I kept my odo couint when i tried to change the ECU.
I did not succeed in changing the ECU (to a Liana ECU) so it might not have told the meter what to display..
Has anyone seen a cluster internal wiring scheme btw?

I think i want a new cluster as well as i suspect it to be the culprit with my ever shining brake warning light. signals from everything is correct Coming into the cluster. something in there must tell the light to go off when the car starts but it doesn't.
Lee: Why do you wanna change it?

2005 Jimny M16A VVT
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30 Jul 2018 11:14 #194716 by yakuza

In the manual it says "combination meter".

Example from the manual. G92 and G93 are the two connectors behind the cluster.
You should check the VIN number and get your correct diagram.

2005 Jimny M16A VVT
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31 Jul 2018 03:17 #194729 by Lee
Thanks yakuza for the advice. I got the latest number from the wiki page, which is 99512-81A50-015 and Googled it. Unfortunately no downloads came up.

I have a diagram which shows the cluster internal wiring scheme for earlier Jimnys (up to 2005 I think). I can send it to you if you like.

If anyone could send me the 99512-81A50-015, I would be most grateful.

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31 Jul 2018 03:24 #194730 by Lee
Thanks so much yazuka, that is just what I need. I will try powering up the cluster when I get home tonight.

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31 Jul 2018 10:17 #194738 by Lee
Cluster successfully powered up, pic attached.

To power up the cluster to read the odo, put +12V to plug G93 pin 21/22 (Blk/Red) and put Ground to plug G92 pin 3/20 (Blk/Org).

A very big thanks to yakuza for making this possible.

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31 Jul 2018 10:28 #194739 by Lee
Here are two pics which show the internal connections for the brake warning light in earlier (2005 and earlier) clusters, maybe useful. Note that this diagram is not for the cluster I have powered up, as it is a later (2007 and later) cluster.
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