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Old 16 May 2018, 07:08 PM
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hi there just got back into a Subaru today and have a wr1 it has defi gauges and a pod in the centre which isn't really my thing, are they worth anything these days?

Also would anybody know how to find out what number the wr1 is or did they not have an individual number?

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Old 17 May 2018, 09:23 AM
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Yes, they are worth
My eldest just paid over 400 for some for his Clio/meg conversion.

But they aren't bling, they have a serious purpose in a tuned car. I'd hold onto them.
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They are worth reasonable money when sold with all the sender sensors. I might be interested if you are removing them.


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Assuming he's got the original plugs, oil pressure switch etc?

So many people leave the senders in place as they just cannot be bothered, and cause themselves to lose money and the new gauge owners much heartache sourcing senders.
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If it helps, Tein can supply Defi replacement parts
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I will remove them this week and sell them, not really my thing I won't be asking fortunes for them
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Message with price please and what is included, I would love something plug and play, so all loom, controller and sender's.

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Message with price please and what is included, I would love something plug and play, so all loom, controller and sender's.

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i have pmd you
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Originally Posted by Rob Day View Post
Message with price please and what is included, I would love something plug and play, so all loom, controller and sender's.

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Plug and play?
LOL, takes a good half day to fit them.
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Plug and play?
LOL, takes a good half day to fit them.
Still plug and play if all the connectors and sender's are current and undamaged.

Locating and tidying up the wiring is the hard part.

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your service book should have build number.also tax disc holder.
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Assume these are the ones on eBay with no sensors ???
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