Question about 1999 GMC Sonoma
The gauge cluster on my Sonoma intermittantly cuts out , sometimes the entire cluster and some times just partially . No set pattern or any other electrical activity happening that seems to cause this.
The Gauge cluster is all electronic with a digital odometer and shift endicator. Upon removing the cluster it only seems to have 9 wires in 1 single harness attaching it to the truck. There seems to be no shorts in the connection and it will cutout while sitting in your lap still conected after the truck is running for a short time as well.
Check grounds and battery connection check socket at cluster for contact or corrosion MOST LIKELY YOU NEED A NEW CLUSTER
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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