6n2 polo cluster pinout

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  1. boab Forum Member

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    Found this on the net just wondering if anyone can confirm it's correct I'm fitting a 6n2 cluster and needing to find the pinout so this is what I've found cheers


    Instrument Cluster 32-pin Connector (Green) Terminal Identification
    #1-#16 right side from up to down
    1.) open
    2.) open - reading coil for immobilizer 1 (from 05.99 prod.)
    3.) open
    4.) open - data bus (CAN), shielding for input (from 05.99 prod.)
    5.) W-wire (where applicable)
    6.) low level washer fluid
    7.) brake pad indicator
    8.) external buzzer - open from 05.99 production
    9.) open
    10.) fuel reserve warning - open from 05.99 production
    11.) signal for vehicle stationary
    12.) air conditioning system cut-off - ECT signal
    13.) parking brake indicator light (K14)
    14.) warning light for traction control / vehicle stability
    15.) open
    16.) open
    #17-#32 left side from up to down
    17.) open - reading coil for immobilizer 2 (from 05.99 prod.)
    18.) open - oil temperature and oil level warning signals
    19.) open - data bus (CAN), high input signal (from 05.99 prod.)
    20.) open - data bus (CAN), low input signal (from 05.99 prod.)
    21.) open
    22.) open - input signal from hood alarm switch (from 05.99 prod.)
    23.) MFI call up button - top (display switches forward)
    24.) MFI call up button - bottom (display switches backward)
    25.) MFI memory switch - reset
    26.) ambient air tempertature sensor
    27.) open - data bus (CAN), high output signal (from 05.99 prod.)
    28.) open - data bus (CAN), low output signal (from 05.99 prod.)
    29.) open
    30.) output signal 2 from electronic speedometer - open (from 05.99 prod.)
    31.) selector lever display - open (from 05.99 prod.)
    32.) fuel consumption signal - open (from 05.99 prod.)

    Instrument Cluster 32-pin Connector (Blue) Terminal Identification
    #1-#16 right side from up to down
    1.) terminal 15, positive
    2.) right turn signal indicator light (K94)
    3.) output signal 1 from electronic speedometer
    4.) open
    5.) fuel gauge (G1)
    6.) airbag malfunction indicator light
    7.) terminal 31, sender ground (GND)
    8.) engine coolant temperature gauge (G3)
    9.) terminal 31, ground (GND)
    10.) oil pressure switch (F1)
    11.) RPM signal - open from 05.99 production
    12.) generator warning light (K2), terminal 61
    13.) glow plug indicator light (K29 - diesel only), control light for rear seat backrest lock from 05.99 production (only certain countries)
    14.) open
    15.) open
    16.) warning light for rear lid open (only certain countries)
    #17-#32 left side from up to down
    17.) headlight high beam indicator light (K1), terminal 56a
    18.) left signal indicator light (K54)
    19.) ABS warning light (K47)
    20.) instrument cluster illumination, terminal 58b
    21.) signal for open driver's door
    22.) engine coolant level (ECL) sensor (G32)
    23.) terminal 30, (B+)
    24.) terminal 31, ground (GND)
    25.) on-board diagnostic (K-wire)
    26.) parking light right, signal for "lights on" warning buzzer
    27.) parking light left, signal for "lights on" warning buzzer
    28.) speedometer vehicle speed sensor (VSS) (G22)
    29.) warning light for brake system fluid level
    30.) ignition key warning buzzer, terminal 86s
    31.) seat belt warning system
    32.) emission workshop lamp (only certain countries) - open from 05.99 prod

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  2. rubjonny

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    looks fine to me!
     
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  3. boab Forum Member

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    Cheers I'm away to recheck my wiring connections as I can't get vcds to connect to cluster

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  4. boab Forum Member

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    Do you know the resistance of the polo 6n fuel sender empty and the mk1 caddy fuel sender empty?Cheers

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  5. rubjonny

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    not sure, I do know the mk4 works opposite to mk1/2/3 so i would assume the same is true for the polo. the way aroudn it is to mod a mk4/polo level sender board to the mk1 level sensor assembly, or mod the wiring on the mk1 board somehow. I've heard people say they de soldered something and swapped to make it work but no detailed info was given...
     
  6. boab Forum Member

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    Yeah I had a look it looks like the polo is 50ohms empty whereas the mk1 is 270 ohms empty working backwards as you say

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  7. boab Forum Member

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    It's a polo 6n cluster that's being fitted into a mk1 caddy so looks like I'd have to mod the sender of the mk1

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  8. boab Forum Member

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    Changed ideas again as fuel gauge going to be a pain have now went down the road of vdo speedo rev counter and temperature fuel gauges etc need to know for the speedo if the speed sensor on the gearbox is a pnp or a npn output if anyone can help cheers

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    all i can say is its a hall signal, if thats any help?
     

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