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Will the instrument cluster out of a 2001 park avenue part number 50cfubf41060058 work in a 1997 park avenue?

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Possibily ! I assume they're identical in size and fastening. The real question here is the wiring harness. Analog and digital dash clusters use two totally different wiring harnesses. Some of the engine sensors will be different as well as the analog cluster uses simple ON/OFF 'idiot' lights where the digital cluster uses many analog sensors -- sensors that vary their outputs: not just ON or OFF. So ... Digital_to_digital and analog_to_analog UNLESS YOU CHANGE THE WIRING HARNESS. Be sure to verify all connector pin functions. Some may vary.

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