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Colour matrix display

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OK so I have a set off clocks from a 308cc that came with the orange matrix display I also have a colour matrix display that will physically fit in the clocks. The orange display is locked and cannot turn stuff on or off. The colour display if from a 208 which I believe is can 2008 (308 is can 2010)
So does anyone know how to unlock the orange display? or a way off converting the canbus so the colour screen will work. I remember reading someone had mad a convertor but for the life in me cannot find it again
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There is no CAN2008 and a 308 had the CAN2004 architecture for initial models, so it depends on the year of the vehicle and model. The Comms unit version (COMMS 2008 for example) is not the same thing as the electrical architecture used on the vehicle.

At the end of the day you need the correct part for your vehicle. You can't make an incompatible one work.
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GiveMeABreak wrote:
28 May 2022, 10:24
There is no CAN2008 and a 308 had the CAN2004 architecture for initial models, so it depends on the year of the vehicle and model. The Comms unit version (COMMS 2008 for example) is not the same thing as the electrical architecture used on the vehicle.

At the end of the day you need the correct part for your vehicle. You can't make an incompatible one work.
You sure about that???
Whats this all about then? https://vlud.net/can2004.html AND sorry I got the can versions mixed up
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CAN 2004 and CAN 2010 is correct. These are electronic architectures that are present on different PSA vehicles. I wouldn't bother with all that waffle in the article - for 100 Euros you could probably just buy the correct screen in the first place.

This is why you need the correct part for your vehicle otherwise they may not be compatible if operating on different electrical architectures.

That article is just talking about adaptors and programming for different PSA systems and nothing really to do with your original question.
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Not sure if they did a full colour matrix screen for the 308. screen I orded said it would fit 208,308 and 2008. If you know off a screen please give me the part number is you wouldn't mind
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The only colour screens fitted on the 308s are those that were supplied with a telematics system like the RT4, RT6. Navidrive 3D etc., which had the larger colour screens.

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Ok, so here you go Ian:
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Item (2), Parts
Peugeot OEM, Part: 659346, £286.08 (requires coding / configuring)
Peugeot Replacement Part for the above: 9821852480, £380.10

Peugeot pre-configured Part: 659347, £289.79 (no longer available.

So have a search on 659346 or 9821852480 for a replacement.

The above are from Peugeot and include VAT.

PS I think you may be aware, but in case not, you have an after sales recall campaign for this vehicle - get it booked in as soon as you can - it will be free of charge. Just provide them witht he VIN / registration and they should be able to tell you what it's for.
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Tha ks for the infomation but I'm referring to the matrix screen in the clocks
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I'm not with you - the clock is part of the matrix screen (2).

A photo may help.. :wink:

I've just had a read back and realise now that you seem to be trying to fit CC parts to a non CC vehicle. The vehicles are wired differently and have different instrument cluster displays depending on model and fuel type and a host of other options.

I can only help you with parts that were fitted at factory designed for your vehicle. There's a high likelihood that parts from another vehicle will not work or interface correctly.
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This is the screen, its in the instrument cluster in the middle off the rev counter and speedo
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Ok, the matrix display in the instrument panel. Unfortunately, your instrument cluster does not have a separate matrix screen shown as a replaceable part.

Also, be aware that changing these parts may increase your odometer reading, as the ECU in the instrument cluster will compare mileage recorded in the BSI and whichever has the higher mileage is then used to set both to that mileage.
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Original Part number was: 610338, original £584.45
This has now been replaced with part number: 9806132580 £898.81

There are 2 other screens, neither for your vehicle, one of which has a replacement matrix display, the other does not.

Neither of the other 2 screens are compatible with your vehicle.

So the part numbers I have supplied are the official part numbers for the instrument cluster.