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im not certain, but i believe that the gauges are electronic. and when you were working on the radio you may have accidentally touched the wrong wires together shorting out the console. i would check the fuse cor the console.
Either the door switch, console light switch (if it can turn /on/off these lights) fuse, relay and its source of power. If the interior lights on ceiling have an on/off switch check this out to. B+ must be present at these lights when doors are open or switches are closedaka on position. I would check for B+ leaving the relay after each one of the controls are activated seperately. Remember the relay and fuse are common to all the controls.
In my 2004 Sierra the console is held in by the seat bolts. You will need a star 16 and 20 to get the seats out. There are 2 bolts that go into the dashboard also. There is a big electrical connection under the console that needs to be unplugged to get it out.
Did you ever find a solution to this problem? My 2001 Sierra does the same thing; if I turn on the heat to full hot it remains stuck for a while. Sometimes it sticks for a couple of minutes, other times it sticks for a couple of days. As long as I don't turn it fully to hot though, it doesn't stick. It has gotten worse recently.