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LAST UPDATE WITH MORE INFO: 16/06/22

Hello everybody.

First of all, I am new in this website, so sorry if I don't do everything well, and I'm from Spain, so my english as you can see is not perfect.

I create this post because as I, there is some people that want to change their cluster from the analog to the digital one.

An user of this website did it before, and he have shared us the pinout that we must follow for connect the cluster, but we still have some doubts and it doesn't seem like he's still active on the forum (hopefully he is!).

So the proposit of this post is to try to recopilate with the help of all who succesfully installed or not tried yet but could help with some info, and then update this post and try to share it to websites who don't delete the pictures or documents attatched in 30 days '^^

I'll mark the doubts/information missing in red.

I start with information that we have been able to collect thanks to jotautukas, Marek Emka and simonas as well as Keryan from forum-peugeot.

1. Part number and links.

-Part number: 9836896480

-Example of where to buy link: Odometer KM Peugeot 308 SW 1.5 BlueHDi 130 - 9836896480

2. What we know and what we don't.

Electronically there is 2 must things to consider.


-One is that if you want to customize the dashboard, use the map or change visual modes you must have the NAC system, not the old one.

-Pinout is mandatory in both NAC and SMEG models. The order of the pins is below.

And there's other additional stuff which is nice to know

-The cluster is compatible with any engine, both petrol or diesel.

-In NAC cars everything seems to work just perfectly fine, and you "just" have to do the pinout.

What we don't know?

-We don't know if physically the cluster screen + the frame fits into the dashboard, or if you have to do some kind of DIY to attach it.

-In the case that the point before is yes, we don't know how to do the DIY.

-We don't know at 100% if the pinout is the exact same in both 308 (SMEG) and 308 facelift (NAC).


3. PINOUT Diagram.

(SHARED BY SIMONAS) PENDING CONFIRMATION OF IT WORKS IN BOTH SMEG AND NAC MODELS

Can H pin 1 to 10
Can L pin 2 to 12
Esp Button pin 3 to 17
Dynamic Mode Button pin 5 to pin 8
12V + pin 7 to pin 18
Earth pin 9 to pin 11
Esp Button LED pin 12 to pin 16
Parking Brake LED pin 13 to pin 14
Dynamic Button LED pin 15 to pin 7

4. Pictures of the dashboard and how to do the DIY in order to fit it.

Congrats, your cluster works, but now we have to figure out how to attach it physically.

Marek Emka shared pictures of the difference in the physical structure of the dashboard. So we must do some DIY in order to fit and fix the new cluster. Probablly some
screw plugs for plastic and some type of plastic silicone?? I don't know. I hope we found something who previously did it and can tell us.

I attatch the pictures of the differences. Top is old analog and bottom is new digital.

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5. Images of process and final results of people who did this amazing job.




As I said before, thank you everybody to share all the info available and I hope we can finish a proper tutorial of how to do all this project and enjoy even more of our 308s. I appreciate all constructive feedback and feel free to contact me or answer this post to correct things or add more info.

Kind regards,
 

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AFAIK , There are 3 types of main head units on these vehicles. As you mentioned , SMEG(+) NAC and RCC (A1-A2) I don't have any information about their pinouts or spesifications tho.
 

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Good morning, I was searching with my phone and I found nothing, but as soon as I get my PC I'll keep searching and update the main post.

Thank you!!

EDIT: As far as I read the RCC models are the smaller screen models, and electronically should be the same pinout as SMEG+ and, in theory (we can't confirm it yet), NAC.

Both SMEG+ and RCC models as far as I know were replaced to the NAC one.
 

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Good morning, I was searching with my phone and I found nothing, but as soon as I get my PC I'll keep searching and update the main post.

Thank you!!

EDIT: As far as I read the RCC models are the smaller screen models, and electronically should be the same pinout as SMEG+ and, in theory (we can't confirm it yet), NAC.

Both SMEG+ and RCC models as far as I know were replaced to the NAC one.

All head units uses the same size screen , only different specifications.
 

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Hello everybody.

First of all, I am new in this website, so sorry if I don't do everything well, and I'm from Spain, so my english as you can see is not perfect.

I create this post because as I, there is some people that want to change their cluster from the analog to the digital one.

An user of this website did it before, and he have shared us the pinout that we must follow for connect the cluster, but we still have some doubts and it doesn't seem like he's still active on the forum (hopefully he is!).

So the proposit of this post is to try to recopilate with the help of all who succesfully installed or not tried yet but could help with some info, and then update this post and try to share it to websites who don't delete the pictures or documents attatched in 30 days '^^

I'll mark the doubts/information missing in red.

I start with information that we have been able to collect thanks to jotautukas, Marek Emka and simonas as well as Keryan from forum-peugeot.

1. Part number and links.

-Part number: 9836896480

-Example of where to buy link: Odometer KM Peugeot 308 SW 1.5 BlueHDi 130 - 9836896480

2. What we know and what we don't.

Electronically there is 2 must things to consider.


-One is that if you want to customize the dashboard, use the map or change visual modes you must have the NAC system, not the old one.

-Pinout is mandatory in both NAC and SMEG models. The order of the pins is below.

And there's other additional stuff which is nice to know

-The cluster is compatible with any engine, both petrol or diesel.

-In NAC cars everything seems to work just perfectly fine, and you "just" have to do the pinout.

What we don't know?

-We don't know if physically the cluster screen + the frame fits into the dashboard, or if you have to do some kind of DIY to attach it.

-In the case that the point before is yes, we don't know how to do the DIY.

-We don't know at 100% if the pinout is the exact same in both 308 (SMEG) and 308 facelift (NAC).


3. PINOUT Diagram.

(SHARED BY SIMONAS) PENDING CONFIRMATION OF IT WORKS IN BOTH SMEG AND NAC MODELS

Can H pin 1 to 10
Can L pin 2 to 12
Esp Button pin 3 to 17
Dynamic Mode Button pin 5 to pin 8
12V + pin 7 to pin 18
Earth pin 9 to pin 11
Esp Button LED pin 12 to pin 16
Parking Brake LED pin 13 to pin 14
Dynamic Button LED pin 15 to pin 7

4. Images of process and final results of people who did this amazing job.




As I said before, thank you everybody to share all the info available and I hope we can finish a proper tutorial of how to do all this project and enjoy even more of our 308s. I appreciate all constructive feedback and feel free to contact me or answer this post to correct things or add more info.

Kind regards,
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Hello everybody.

First of all, I am new in this website, so sorry if I don't do everything well, and I'm from Spain, so my english as you can see is not perfect.

I create this post because as I, there is some people that want to change their cluster from the analog to the digital one.

An user of this website did it before, and he have shared us the pinout that we must follow for connect the cluster, but we still have some doubts and it doesn't seem like he's still active on the forum (hopefully he is!).

So the proposit of this post is to try to recopilate with the help of all who succesfully installed or not tried yet but could help with some info, and then update this post and try to share it to websites who don't delete the pictures or documents attatched in 30 days '^^

I'll mark the doubts/information missing in red.

I start with information that we have been able to collect thanks to jotautukas, Marek Emka and simonas as well as Keryan from forum-peugeot.

1. Part number and links.

-Part number: 9836896480

-Example of where to buy link: Odometer KM Peugeot 308 SW 1.5 BlueHDi 130 - 9836896480

2. What we know and what we don't.

Electronically there is 2 must things to consider.


-One is that if you want to customize the dashboard, use the map or change visual modes you must have the NAC system, not the old one.

-Pinout is mandatory in both NAC and SMEG models. The order of the pins is below.

And there's other additional stuff which is nice to know

-The cluster is compatible with any engine, both petrol or diesel.

-In NAC cars everything seems to work just perfectly fine, and you "just" have to do the pinout.

What we don't know?

-We don't know if physically the cluster screen + the frame fits into the dashboard, or if you have to do some kind of DIY to attach it.

-In the case that the point before is yes, we don't know how to do the DIY.

-We don't know at 100% if the pinout is the exact same in both 308 (SMEG) and 308 facelift (NAC).


3. PINOUT Diagram.

(SHARED BY SIMONAS) PENDING CONFIRMATION OF IT WORKS IN BOTH SMEG AND NAC MODELS

Can H pin 1 to 10
Can L pin 2 to 12
Esp Button pin 3 to 17
Dynamic Mode Button pin 5 to pin 8
12V + pin 7 to pin 18
Earth pin 9 to pin 11
Esp Button LED pin 12 to pin 16
Parking Brake LED pin 13 to pin 14
Dynamic Button LED pin 15 to pin 7

4. Images of process and final results of people who did this amazing job.




As I said before, thank you everybody to share all the info available and I hope we can finish a proper tutorial of how to do all this project and enjoy even more of our 308s. I appreciate all constructive feedback and feel free to contact me or answer this post to correct things or add more info.

Kind regards,
According to physical fitment...
As I already mentioned, digital cluster is not compatible with dashboard which is made for analog cluster and same other way around, I'll post some picture below so everyone can see the difference, of course if somebody will do some cutting, place holding spots then might be possible but definitely it will be not plug and play and it will be more like an experiment in my opinion.
There will be different story for those who had accident or bought accident car for repair because they need to change dashboard anyway
First 3 pictures present dashboard made for analog cluster and other 3 is made for digital, there You can see that mounting system is completely different
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According to physical fitment...
As I already mentioned, digital cluster is not compatible with dashboard which is made for analog cluster and same other way around, I'll post some picture below so everyone can see the difference, of course if somebody will do some cutting, place holding spots then might be possible but definitely it will be not plug and play and it will be more like an experiment in my opinion.
There will be different story for those who had accident or bought accident car for repair because they need to change dashboard anyway
First 3 pictures present dashboard made for analog cluster and other 3 is made for digital, there You can see that mounting system is completely different
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Hi Marek,

THANK YOU for sharing the pics. As far as I know you made the installation in your SW, right?

Can you please tell us from what year it is and how you did the DIY personally?

Thank you!! I update the post with your pictures, really apreciate your post.

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Hey guys, just want to share some data regarding this cluster for you because I'm in the process of fitting it in my Peugeot 508 from 2015:
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Also if I may suggest to moderators, this topic should be on the Audio (Sound) and Multimedia of the Peugeot Tuning & Modifications sub-forum as this kind of informations doesn't only concern the 308 but all Peugeot models with BSI2010.

Here are electrical drawings on how to connect it:
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Parts involved:
  • BSI1 : BSI (Boitier de Servitude Intelligent)
  • BCM1 : Button pannel on the left-side of the steering wheel (for LHD; right side of the steering wheel for RHD)
  • 8480 : NAC
  • 0004 : Digital cluster
  • 1609 : Dynamic driving button
Wires:
  • ZE19F : +12V CAN
  • 9034 : CAN HIGH
  • 9035 : CAN LOW
  • MC00 : Ground (-)
  • LVDS4 : Map & Media information between NAC and Cluster via LVDS cable
  • 75B3 : +12V Lane Assist LED (12V Output Cluster → Button)
  • 7855 : +12V ESP LED (12V Output Cluster → Button)
  • 75B2 : Button Lane Assist (GND Output Button → Cluster)
  • 7850 : Button ESP (GND Output Button → Cluster)
  • 1609 : Button Dynamic mode (GND Output Button → Cluster)
  • 1611 : +12V Dynamic mode LED (12V Output Cluster → Button)
Wires for which I don't have electrical drawing or wire number because SEDRE is not up to date:
  • Pin 14 : +12V Parking brake LED (12V Output Cluster → Button)
Other info:
  • Whether you're using SMEG+ / NAC / RCC, pinout doesn't change from a cluster point of view. There is only one model of cluster. However, the digital cluster has a different pinout from all the other standard analog clusters for 308.
  • With SMEG+ you might have issues regarding this cluster because brightness adjustment is done via NAC
  • There is no more "Daily counter" of kilometres. Only Memory 1 and Memory 2
  • There is no more "000" button which helps reset the maintenance indicator. Maintenance indicator is reset via diagnostics tools (Diagbox)
  • There is no more "CHECK" button. This button becomes a touchbutton inside NAC
  • Coding only possible via Vlud's tool. See info here, here and here

Hope this helps 😉
 

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Hey guys, just want to share some data regarding this cluster for you because I'm in the process of fitting it in my Peugeot 508 from 2015:
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Also if I may suggest to moderators, this topic should be on the Audio (Sound) and Multimedia of the Peugeot Tuning & Modifications sub-forum as this kind of informations doesn't only concern the 308 but all Peugeot models with BSI2010.

Here are electrical drawings on how to connect it:
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Parts involved:
  • BSI1 : BSI (Boitier de Servitude Intelligent)
  • BCM1 : Button pannel on the left-side of the steering wheel (for LHD; right side of the steering wheel for RHD)
  • 8480 : NAC
  • 0004 : Digital cluster
  • 1609 : Dynamic driving button
Wires:
  • ZE19F : +12V CAN
  • 9034 : CAN HIGH
  • 9035 : CAN LOW
  • MC00 : Ground (-)
  • LVDS4 : Map & Media information between NAC and Cluster via LVDS cable
  • 75B3 : +12V Lane Assist LED (12V Output Cluster → Button)
  • 7855 : +12V ESP LED (12V Output Cluster → Button)
  • 75B2 : Button Lane Assist (GND Output Button → Cluster)
  • 7850 : Button ESP (GND Output Button → Cluster)
  • 1609 : Button Dynamic mode (GND Output Button → Cluster)
  • 1611 : +12V Dynamic mode LED (12V Output Cluster → Button)
Wires for which I don't have electrical drawing or wire number because SEDRE is not up to date:
  • Pin 14 : +12V Parking brake LED (12V Output Cluster → Button)
Other info:
  • Whether you're using SMEG+ / NAC / RCC, pinout doesn't change from a cluster point of view. There is only one model of cluster. However, the digital cluster has a different pinout from all the other standard analog clusters for 308.
  • With SMEG+ you might have issues regarding this cluster because brightness adjustment is done via NAC
  • There is no more "Daily counter" of kilometres. Only Memory 1 and Memory 2
  • There is no more "000" button which helps reset the maintenance indicator. Maintenance indicator is reset via diagnostics tools (Diagbox)
  • There is no more "CHECK" button. This button becomes a touchbutton inside NAC
  • Coding only possible via Vlud's tool. See info here, here and here

Hope this helps 😉
Hi George! Thank you for this amazing info that you shared.

How many time did you get to make it work with that info? Can you please share us how are you doing the DIY in order to attach the cluster even if is a different model?

I'll update the post ASAP.

Thank you!!

Regards,

Arnau.
 

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It takes no time to make it work on any AEE2010 car. Most computers in the car need +12V, CAN-BUS and they work, and it's the same for the speedometer.

Fitting it in the 508 is quite easy, as you can see in my picture. Need to cut the dashboard on the bottom part to fit it, then it goes in quite easily. After that it's all about 3D printing and 3D design in order to make mounting brackets and a nice cover for it.
 
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