No. The new cluster will start counting milage from 0.
I had to do this on my 1997 E36 318i when I moved to the US (my spedometer
didn't have MPH). The dealer provided a letter when they did the change
that documents the milage on the old cluster at the time of removal. I keep
that with all the rest of the documents in case I have to sell it in the
Maybe the newer ones do, but my '96 E36 certainly didn't. Mine had a
complete instrument cluster failure early in it's life, so it got
changed under warranty by a previous owner, but it sure makes for an
interesting looking service book. :o)
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