Whether you have bulbs burnt out, gauges that do not read correctly, or your entire instrument panel is dead, we take your gauges from busted to brand new with our instrument panel repair service!
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Between the years 2003-2006 and early 2007 (classic body style) General Motors produced their pick-up and SUV models with defective (recalled) parts inside their gauge cluster/speedometer/instrument clusters. Over time the defective parts will wear out causing erratic movement of the gauges including the speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, oil pressure gauge, water temp gauge, volt gauge and the optional transmission temperature gauge.
Common symptoms of stepper motor failure are dead or sticky gauges, gauges giving obviously wrong readings, needles "pegging out" or showing maximum readings, intermittent operation of gauges and speedometer that read roughly half or even double the actual vehicle speed. Obviously this situation can lead to potential speeding tickets or even unsafe conditions if the driver is startled at the incorrect reading while driving. Commonly, fuel gauge failure have led to drivers being stranded along the road as they attempt to measure their fuel by miles driven on the odometer.
If you find yourself with a GM vehicle that has any of these problems you have a few options. First, you can consider buying a used cluster assembly from a salvage yard or "junkyard". Be aware however, you must have the mileage programmed from the dealer and all used gauge clusters/ instrument panels will have the same defective parts and will also fail in time. Also, with this option some of your upgraded options may not work. (steering controls, radio, etc.)
Second, you can take your GM vehicle to the local dealership. They will replace the entire part with a price tag between $400 and $800 with an extended down time of at least 1-2 weeks. Keep in mind this option is probably not under a warranty period.
Third, you can have your original gauge cluster/instrument panel repaired by a professional GM repair business (www.GMGaugeGuy.com) This is the best for many GM owners as it requires no re-programming fees, little or no down time, and the least overall cost of all the options available.
We are located in Arizona. We have repaired gauge clusters, speedometers, instrument panels from all over Arizona including Glendale, Phoenix, Peoria, Avondale, Goodyear, Tempe, Mesa, Flagstaff, Payson, Show Low, Chandler, Gilbert and many others. We also have customers send us their gauge clusters/instrument panels from all over the U.S. and even from other countries. Once we receive your gauge cluster in the mail it will typically be done and sent back out in the mail to you the next business day.