yup..same as with a car .if you replace the instrument cluster..the dealer will have to set the new one to match the old miles.and only the dealer can do this..i done something along this line a few years back on my mom's car..her cluster went out..i went to a salvage yard..got one..only problem was..the slavaged one had less miles...lmfao..and my mom was like..well..you got to roll that up !!!..lmfao..i'm like..what ???..let me get this right..you want to roll the miles up ????????..oh man..you shoulda heard the conversation i was having with the dealer..when i called them..to ask if i could roll the odom up !!!!..you could hear them laughing thier butt off in the back ground!!!!!..guy asked...ok..i've heard of ppl rolling them back..but..your asking me if it's legal to roll them up ???!!???..lmfao..needless to say..he told me it was legal..< not that many ppl ask to roll them up mind you >..soo..after all that laughter...lol..i hung up..and rolled her odom up..to match her old one.lol.
I don't think you can roll the newer ones up, can you? I'm talking about the ones that don't use the cable. I think you can if you hook the vehicle to a computer. You have to have the cable to interface with the diagnostic plug under the dash. I saw where you could buy the software on the internet, somewhere, a while back. I don't remember where, though. I would say the ATV display works the same way, but you would have to have the software and a cable to interface with it and I don't know where you would get those.