Question about 1999 GMC Sierra
The dash display on my 1999 gmc sierra le will not display transmission shifter position and/or mileage. when i partially remove the dash module. sometimes the display will come back on, but when i reinstall the display it will go back out very shortly. I think it may be a wire connection into the display module. but I have not been able to isolate the wire. Can you help me ?
It actually sounds like you have a cold or cracked solder joint or you have oxidation on your connector or socket to the display module. Unplug then plug in your display module several times to attempt to remove the oxidation and see if that helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
was there any problems up till this because its sounds like the shifting forks in your transmission broke if it moves freely i had this problem in my car one time might be a cable snapped loose or could be a clutch problem
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
my name is michael. You said it will go into 4 low but not into 4 hi. Have you lifted the truck to see if it is operational? Does your 4x4 light come on? Does it grind into either 4 hi or low? And one thing, has anyone ever taken the axle out on the right hand side? Please feel free to email me at MOFRACKY1@hotmail.com.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
On the passenger side. Right on top of the black plastic housing. You have to take the glove box, dash, etc. to get it out.
a couple of bolts and disconnect harness and it shouldnt be to hard
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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