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the display is an LED (light emiting diode) and they burn out, very common failure in all GM cars, the cost to repair is about $200, the cluster must be removed and sent out for repair by a GM electronics repair center.
GM has a problem with clusters but the government nor GM will do a recall on the clusters. Check ur local yellow pages for a Speedometer fix company , if u cant find one hit me back and I can find one for you.. In Houston we pay $250 for the service.
i have a pontiac grand am 2001
and behind/ on top of the radio there are these plugs that hook up to the hazard button and the traction button .
when you unhook those none of those things work either
i suggest getting a new switch for the hazard button
that controls the turn signals too
thats what i did and it worked
i hope this works.
remove bezel around dash.remove dashboard carefully may haft to unplug wires behind dash to be able to get to bulbs then replace all lites because when one goes bad they usually al go so while you are there replace all of them!!! :)
Hi I am Vortash It sounds like one of your lighter elements has gone short . it happens especially with people lighting cigars the wire elements get pushed together and the insulation between them breaks down when you push them in poof and the fuse blows
Take both out and try them one at a time that will show you the one thats short regards vortash
It's not easy. It took me four hours to change the three plugs on the rear bank, but it can be done. The way I did it, I put the aztec up on ramps, slid underneath and followed the spark plug wires down to the plugs. I ended up working mostly by feel instead of sight. With a lot of patience, an assortment of extensions and a swivel joint, the plugs can be changed.
An extra elbow in your right arm, and a large assortment of four letter words would also be handy to have. Good luck!