So i took the headunit dash from the my 08 and put it into my 2010. But the odometer is still the same! it shows 39,000 when my current car only has 410. how do i reset that Ecu to represent actual mileage?
they would've needed it to sell the car unless it was completely totaled and couldn't be salvaged.
you have to switch the gaugefaces over and get the new gauge cluster swapped out.
there is no way you're going to get the old cluster to display the correct mileage.. and switching whatever flash memory over will be more difficult than just swapping the leds.
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Probably not. Imagine what a pain it would be if every time your battery died or if you disconnected the terminals that your odometer would reset. I think Toyota would prevent that from happening. There's probably some high performance battery system that backs up the odometer information in that gauge cluster.
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Probably uses non-volatile memory. The odometer is designed to be extremely hard to tamper with. If you try, the thing might go into lockdown and display ERROR or something. Then you'll be stuck with a expensive paperweight.
the gauge control modual will need to be sent out. they have to reburn the milage in the old one.im not a scion tech but thats what they tell me. i m an acura tech and i can do acura ones with a computer in about 5 mins. so the 2010 may be different.