Your best bet is to contact a Dodge Dealer, since those parts would be
fairly uncommon to find, even at a scrap yard. However, you may find
differently where you are. You'll probably need to "flash" the new
componants to match the mileage/kilometerage, depending on local regs.
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The easiest thing to do would be to just convert miles to km mentally from
the odometer reading in the instrument cluster, and use the overhead
display, which contains an odometer (albeit a resettable odometer), and you
can toggle the units of measure on the display from english to metric.
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