It is a real pain in the butt and the bell sound drives you nut's Chevy need's to fix the problem and tell people what the problem is and why it happen's. I don't know if they spliced anything for an inline fuel pump back when nick had the procharger on that truck. Once this problem starts, it is very consistent on its regularity. Then after a few months of that going on the speedometer does not work at all. Used the cruise control to increment my speed. Hit the bricks in my oppinion. Thanks for helpin out over here! The second is a 2003 tahoe lt with approx.
At this point, you need to go plug the cluster back into your truck and use a meter to find out which solder terminals for each bulb are positive and negative. Returning the core was simple to. Just to polish up the look of my Chevrolet. However, the problem will likely reoccur on the trip that I am about to make. I need balls of steel to take the cluster apart. Involved are all 2003 and 2004 model year and certain U. I don't have a truck as new as you so I don't have the ability to rip it apart.
The manufacturer was called and stated that there was nothing they could do to assist with the repair cost. It would stop at 20 mph when I was at a dead stop. The service manager stated the problem was a pressure switch. Just carefully pop the overlay up off of each nub. Gauges on the instrument cluster can fail because of a bad battery cable connection or high voltage spikes. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure.
The failure mileage was 54,000 and current mileage was 81,000. If this does not fix the problem, you will have a new cluster at no charge. The failure mileage was 26,000 and the current mileage was 41,500. For verified failures between 70,001 miles 110,001 km and 80,000 miles 130,000 km on U. While driving approximately 40 mph, the instrument panel gauges displayed inaccurate readings. He filed a formal complaint with the manufacturer.
I see where everyone who owns a Silverado has this same problem with the clusters. The consumer stated he never knows how fast he is driving. Just carefull lift it straight up, it isnt secured to anything. Odometer went first than all other gauges following. General motors will not repair the problem. I sent the truck to the Crusher. It has never been in an accident and is a one owner.
There was not warning that it was going to fail. Dealers are to replace the instrument panel cluster after the condition has been verified. The odometer works without a problem as well as all other electrical functions of the speedometer other than actual speed. Any additional costs, including labor to replace the instrument panel cluster, will be the responsibility of the customer. While driving at various speeds, the instrument panel dimmed and prevented the contact from reading any of the gauges.
When I decelerated while exiting the interstate, the speedometer remained at 65 mph. I plan on ordering new head and tail lights next. This speed has been recorded as anywhere from 5 to 50 mph high. Next you will need to remove the guage needles. It didn't happen again until a couple of months later. Eight hundred bucks for poor electronics.
This is not a worn part or something that I did. The instrument panel would intermittently malfunction. I will try that tonight as the truck has been sitting for about a week now seems when it sits to it has a better chance It will act up. Stopped, shut off the vehicle and waited 5 minutes. Can someone tell me where to begin on fixing it. Now at this point, you should have all your polarity marked and the stock bulbs removed.
This may cause inaccurate readings, including the speedometer and fuel gauge. Nhtsa also has several dozen, if not hundreds of reports of this problem. These trucks had an actual recall on the cluster, it was only good to 70,000 miles however. The place I bought the truck from said I had a bad dash cluster so the replaced it now the warranty is out and I'm still have trouble. My speedometer finally became totally inoperable at 105,000 miles, and I took it to the dealership for repairs. It is apparent that this is a safety issue and the malfunctions occur at various mileages on these trucks and gm will not repair our vehicle at their cost.
The only cost to you is the labor charge unless your willing to do the job your self. No speedometer, gas gauge, tachometer, temperature. Your stepper motor to your speedometer gauge has failed and needs to be replaced. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where it was diagnosed that the instrumental panel connectors needed to be replaced. Mine has issues as well, my oil pressure has been pegged out for sometime, goes down when key is off, and on occassion, when truck is started, none of them work until I shut the truck off and restart it. .