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      03-28-2019, 07:49 PM   #23
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Hi, I can help. I just went through this whole situation. Strangely, the part # I used is different from either part # you listed. This part # I can guarantee is accurate for the M2 LCI gauge cluster (non-Competition): 62-10-8-097-793. It's MPH.

Link for reference: https://www.getbmwparts.com/oem-part...10-62108097793

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      03-29-2019, 02:32 AM   #24
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Thank you both for this.
Now I'm worried there are so many part numbers flying around where logic tells me there should be far fewer. Where did you get this particular part number from?

I suppose I could ask Schmeidman who seem to be able to obtain it.
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      03-29-2019, 09:56 AM   #25
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Thank you both for this.
Now I'm worried there are so many part numbers flying around where logic tells me there should be far fewer. Where did you get this particular part number from?

I suppose I could ask Schmeidman who seem to be able to obtain it.
Lots and lots of searching the internet. I started with andrewc89's original post, and went from there. The part # he describes (post #1 of this thread) is no longer available. I consulted realoem.com, the link in my previous post and several others, and it consistently came back 62-10-8-097-793. Took that part # to my local dealer, and they confirmed it. There was a tiny bit of a leap of faith on my part to pull the trigger, but I did, and it paid off. It's the right one. Black background, white numbers and red dials, illuminated by LED day or night, lights on or off. Do a quick Google search on 62-10-8-097-793 and you'll get several hits. Pelican Parts, Tischer BMW, etc. I ended up getting mine from Otto's BMW in Pennsylvania. It had to be shipped to them from Germany.
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So it appears that strangely, BMW fairly routinely replace some part iterations during the course of a car's lifecycle with corresponding updated part codes.


Yes it is the leap of faith factor. I can do this only when sure the part is correct. I worry about me being UK and you guys in the US having different parts though realise they ought to be universal.

OK! I see how you got to your part number now through real OEM. If I do it for a EURO car and RHD the part number is slightly different.

Right I think I am nearly there!

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/show...diagId=62_0637

I don't understand which part is correct; ending 269 or 792.

792 appears newest (if it matters at all) and superseedes 269 but is 'nonexchangeable retrospectively'

269 IS exchangeable retrospectively

So which one is right?!

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I feel your pain, 3t3p. Unfortunately, I don't have anywhere else to direct you. The only part # I know, which I've confirmed is guaranteed to be the LCI gauge cluster at least for the M2 in the US, is 62-10-8-097-793. I have no first hand experience with any other gauge cluster part #s. Best of luck.
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I wonder what real differences are between US and euro units that are both MPH?
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Hi, do you want to sell your old one?
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Hi, do you want to sell your old one?
Sold it on eBay a long time ago
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Have got it installed and working yesterday, pics to come. It's much better







Darren Wood in the UK fitted and coded, props to them for stepping up to do the job.
Gutted there's no separate oil temp, thought the newer guage had it? Must be my 2016 car not having right sensor. Unbelievable BMW...

This was the version I used: 62108098269

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So, if you install the MPH version, can you still have the digital speed display in the center read in KPH? (Have a US Spec car in Europe so need the best of both worlds!)
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So, if you install the MPH version, can you still have the digital speed display in the center read in KPH? (Have a US Spec car in Europe so need the best of both worlds!)
Yeah I think it can be changed in iDrive
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Gutted there's no separate oil temp, thought the newer guage had it? Must be my 2016 car not having right sensor. Unbelievable BMW...
Dang that sucks. My 2017 shows the new style oil temp gauge
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Hi Guys
I have m235i xdrive from 2015
Will this cluster work with my car?
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Re working on m235xi.....

I have the same car, when I asked IND they said they could code it to
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