its not that bad to convert it ,its much easier if you arent trying to make the tach boost led work
for the instrument cluster the digital has two connectors , the main connector has most of whats needed to convert..som need to be moved around and a couple wires on the second connector (fuel level) need to be moved over to the main to make it match the analog configuration
you would also need a std analog sender in the tank if you want a correct reading fuel gauge as the digial uses 0-120ohm sender and the analog uses 0-90 ohm
for the tach youd need the dash end connector to mate to the tach module connector (or cut and hard wire) and then remove digital connector 2 and wire it up
I have mechanical Oil, Volts, & Temp gauges. Now , Never trusted the digital since I got her. The digital speedo started reading strange & way over what I was actually driving . I have an OEM mechanical Speedometer & fuel / temp combo that i was wondering if I could replace the digital board with ? I was also wondering if I would I have to change gears & cable in the 700R4 tranny ?
This is an '84 hot air powerplant in my '75 Jeep CJ5 .. It's a one of a kind & the guy that built this , back in 1995 , is Dead.
I'm on my own here, along with any advise from Ya'all that is given.
Thanks , again.
if you have a full cluster (even if its from a base regal ) and the cut off connector for the analog with the colored wires it will make swapping to analog easier , as for the speedo if your cable is binding it will cause incorrect speedo reading , once you have the analog in and sure the cable isnt binding you can drive and see what your speedo reads vs actual speed using GPS , if you need to adjust the gears in the transmission to correct readings youll have the numbers you need to select the correct gear using the TCI website calculator