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Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« February 23, 2018, 12:04:43 »
Today I finally took the risk to replace the traditional instrument cluster with the newer supervision one! I bought it from autoparts24.co.uk. The swap was plug and play and extremely easy, there are just 8 screws to be removed. The only problems are that the new cluster reads much less km that my car actually has since it has been removed from a newer salvage car and the seat belt warning is not as loud as the old cluster. It is a lot more Ďcleanerí and also has some more modern sound effects compared to the old one. It also has a car service reminder. I donít have any pictures of the swapping process but I have the finished product!
If anyone is interested in the process I can happily explain step by step. I have also ordered a gd-02 headunit to replace the standard one. Still waiting for that!
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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #1 : February 23, 2018, 12:18:17 »
Looks good :goodjob2: it'll be beneficial for other members if you could explain the process, including me as I wouldn't mind doing it myself if it's possible to find one for a manual :undecided:

I hope GD02 is a typo and you've ordered the GD03 head unit which has apple play and android auto :undecided:
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« Reply #2 : February 23, 2018, 13:37:51 »
Hahaha unfortunately it is not a typo! I ordered the gd-02 because I wasnít able to find any gd-03. Found some on gumtree but the sellers are not responding so I had no choice...


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« Reply #3 : February 23, 2018, 13:43:28 »
Installing the supervision cluster. Slide towards you the cluster shade and it will reveal 4 screws which you have to remove, the rest of the shade comes off after that. Then you have to lower the steering wheel and extend it outwards so you can have more room to work. Further more at the bottom of the cluster pull the plastic cover towards you (its a little bit hard so donít be afraid). You will see 2 screws at the top and 2 at the bottom of the cluster which you will have to undo them. Then the cluster is free and you have to disconnect the connector. Connect the new cluster and repeat the steps in reverse to put everything back together!


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« Reply #4 : February 23, 2018, 13:48:27 »
Looks good :goodjob2: it'll be beneficial for other members if you could explain the process, including me as I wouldn't mind doing it myself if it's possible to find one for a manual :undecided:

I hope GD02 is a typo and you've ordered the GD03 head unit which has apple play and android auto :undecided:
There is one for a manual diesel! https://www.autoparts24.co.uk/item/D_0076_2261310/#0


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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #5 : February 23, 2018, 14:53:24 »
As bought from co.uk i presume uk supplier.

So if so is it not a miles readout rather than kilometers?

Also, in my service book you can record details of odometer change for service records etc
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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #6 : February 24, 2018, 12:44:00 »
Looks good :goodjob2: it'll be beneficial for other members if you could explain the process, including me as I wouldn't mind doing it myself if it's possible to find one for a manual :undecided:

I hope GD02 is a typo and you've ordered the GD03 head unit which has apple play and android auto :undecided:
There is one for a manual diesel! :link: Hyundai i30 (GD) Dash Complete 94023-A6392 Welcome to Autoparts24


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Diesel is no good, has to be petrol...I wont be paying that sort of price though :Shocked: $200 or $300 maybe but not $940 :faint:

Just checked and Super vision clusters are $100 here through ebay wreckers :) just need to find one for a manual petrol :fingers:
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« Reply #7 : February 24, 2018, 23:28:59 »
As bought from co.uk i presume uk supplier.

So if so is it not a miles readout rather than kilometers?

Also, in my service book you can record details of odometer change for service records etc
It is a UK supplier but I think they buy products internationally thats why it reads in km.


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« Reply #8 : February 24, 2018, 23:30:13 »
Looks good :goodjob2: it'll be beneficial for other members if you could explain the process, including me as I wouldn't mind doing it myself if it's possible to find one for a manual :undecided:

I hope GD02 is a typo and you've ordered the GD03 head unit which has apple play and android auto :undecided:
There is one for a manual diesel! :link: Hyundai i30 (GD) Dash Complete 94023-A6392 Welcome to Autoparts24


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Diesel is no good, has to be petrol...I wont be paying that sort of price though :Shocked: $200 or $300 maybe but not $940 :faint:

Just checked and Super vision clusters are $100 here through ebay wreckers :) just need to find one for a manual petrol :fingers:
I bought mine for £550 I think but where did you fount it for $100?


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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #9 : February 25, 2018, 00:12:48 »
I bought mine for £550 I think but where did you fount it for $100?
Ebay with Australian wreckers, there's no price difference between standard or supervision all $100 - £56 :) there's quite alot for auto models.

:link: HYUNDAI I30 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER PETROL, AUTO, TACHO IS UP TO 8 TYPE, GD,05/12- | eBay

:link: HYUNDAI I30 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER PETROL, MANUAL , TACHO IS UP TO 8 TYPE, GD 05/12- | eBay

:link: HYUNDAI I30 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER PETROL, AUTO T/M TYPE, TACHO IS UP TO 8 TYPE, GD, | eBay

Found one for my manual though KM's are a little high so I'll wait till I find a lower km one, odometer can also be set through Hyundai apparently but they'll likely slug you for it.

Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #10 : February 25, 2018, 02:55:32 »
Oh! I found many too from Australian sellers but most of them donít ship to my country.


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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #11 : February 25, 2018, 16:02:34 »
BRILLIANT :happydance: Especially since i have a cluster waiting for my GD  :goodjob:

As the one i have bought is in MPH, ill just swap the MPH backplate and use the one i have in my cluster now :-)

Did you think about tryng to move the EPROM over to get your original KM-reading back? Was thinking that circuit-board that doesnt control the LCD-scrren might be comaptible & hold the EPROM, or just desolder original & solder it into the new cluster? Since i havent seen the guts of my standard cluster yet, i cant tell whicj option is needed :-)

BTW i paid 85£ for mine incl P&P to Denmark from ireland on Ebay.
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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #12 : February 26, 2018, 07:02:46 »
I will try to disassemble the old one to check out your suggestion! Thanks!!!


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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #13 : February 26, 2018, 10:33:19 »
Ill send you a virtual beer if you send some close-up pictures of the circuitboard. Then ill compare to my supervision i still got in a box  :goodjob:
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« Reply #14 : February 28, 2018, 04:23:00 »
Ill send you a virtual beer if you send some close-up pictures of the circuitboard. Then ill compare to my supervision i still got in a box  :goodjob:
Hello! Do you want pictures of the supervisionís board or the standard one?


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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #15 : February 28, 2018, 04:25:17 »
GD-02 installed too! The only problem was the camera (A9) wire which I had to remove in order for the head unit to work.


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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #16 : February 28, 2018, 08:08:11 »
If you have PCB-pictures of the standard cluster, it would be superb, thank you  :goodjob:
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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #17 : March 21, 2018, 03:04:51 »
i finally got around to getting a GD supervision cluster installed in my baby as well!

cost involved $100 for the instrument cluster on ebay, $200 ish for the km's to be wound back and matching the current kms, and about $50 to get it fitted.

now for the bad news, there's a few slight issues.

- There's a item called, Three point turn, buried in the setting menu, and selecting it causes a little hiccup/crash. My old dash had how many indicator flashes in its place. 3/5/7.

- There is a warning light called EPB in amber that is lit up. i assume it is short for Electronic Parking Brake.....in which my car doesn't have. Might have to pull the cluster out and try to get to the globe/LED and take it out.

Everything else is flawless.....

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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #18 : March 21, 2018, 05:37:54 »
Thanks for the update. 
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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #19 : March 21, 2018, 08:59:45 »
The EPB LED id easy to remove. I have my supervision-cluster open at home & shouldnt take to many solderingskills for you to get rid of it, but htanks for the heads-up..Believe mine also got that so will get rid of it before install  :goodjob:

i finally got around to getting a GD supervision cluster installed in my baby as well!

cost involved $100 for the instrument cluster on ebay, $200 ish for the km's to be wound back and matching the current kms, and about $50 to get it fitted.

now for the bad news, there's a few slight issues.

- There's a item called, Three point turn, buried in the setting menu, and selecting it causes a little hiccup/crash. My old dash had how many indicator flashes in its place. 3/5/7.

- There is a warning light called EPG in amber lit up. i assume it is short for Electronic Parking Brake.....in which my car doesn't have. Might have to pull the cluster out and try to get at the globe or LED and take it out.

Everything else is flawless.....
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Re: Supervision cluster retrofit on GD
« Reply #20 : April 04, 2018, 05:46:59 »
i finally got around to getting a GD supervision cluster installed in my baby as well!

cost involved $100 for the instrument cluster on ebay, $200 ish for the km's to be wound back and matching the current kms, and about $50 to get it fitted.

Where did you go to get the KMs wound back? Keen to do this swap (I've done it before in a 2004 Mistubishi Lancer) but am more cautious of the kms since this is a newer car