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No the problem is the cluster computer is defective, remove it from the truck and have it rebuilt by a local GM cluster repair shop, turn around is about 1 week so plan on not having use of the vehicle.
This is a common problem on the 03-06 Tahoe instrument cluster, it's caused by failing gauge motors inside the cluster itself. Usually you will see one gauge start to "stick" or read weird for a while, eventually it will spin over and stop all together. Later more gauges will start to do the same, one by one.
You can get a new cluster at the dealer for $400 - $600 or you can have your original cluster rebuilt for less than half of that. Check this page for more on the problem - Tahoe instrument cluster repair
If you are good with a soldering iron you can maybe fix it.. the speedometer is ran by a small motor . this can be found behind the speedometer needle. it is soldered to a printed circuit behind all that .. these motors can be bought on ebay for about 5 bucks each..if you decide to tear into it just give me a holler jerry at email@example.com I will talk you through it .. thanks