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Mitsubishi challenger pinout diagram for instrument cluster

Help please! I need a pinout diagram for the instrument cluster (specifically the speedo & odometer) for a Japanese Import 1996 Mitsubishi Challenger / Montero Sport. Its a 2.8D with L.C.D. odometer. Can anyone help? Cheers

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No chance the manfacturers do not release this sort of information or the ECU pins only to the dealers .

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