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2005 yukon xl speed odometer stuck at 120 wont move

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    My dealer said I need a new cluster panel to the tune of $530. Sounds high - any other ideas?

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Knock on the speedo meter a couple of times and it will return to normal and you may have to giggle the wiring harness to determine if there is a loose contact or such

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