Question about 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche
When i changed the oil pressure switch the oil pressure gage stays buried past 80
There was not a recall, but there was a class action settlement where GM agreed to extend the warranty on certain vehicles for this problem. Check www.gmspeedometerrecall.com to see if you qualify.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
I Had The Same Issue On Our 04 suburban, And I am Sure That Gm Had A Dashboard Recall Regarding The Speedometer, but I(t Could Very welll Be In The same Recall, Our Oil Was Pegged At Over - Full.... Just like Yours. Hope This Helps Any.... I Would Def Be Checking Into The Recall Route.... Or Easier Then The Politics @ Dealer Get A AfterMarket Oil Gauge, They're Quite In-expensive These Days And Are Twice As Reliable !!!! But Remember This Is Only A "Dummy" Switch, As They Called Them Back In The Day. I Am Not Calling You One .... But If You Keep Your Oil Changed Every 3000-5000 , Depending On Miles Or Time, You'll know Exactly The State Of Your Truck. I Hope This Was of Some Help To You !!! . James W.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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