Question about 1992 GMC Sonoma
If the wire keeps coming off, all you can do is solder it. Those clusters were a stupid design anyway. They are **** because if they go, you can't even tell how much gas you have.
Make sure the wires are tight in the connector(s). If the wiring or connectors are loose, damaged or corroded, even slightly, it may cause problems. Remember, constant plugging and unplugging wears them out fast.
Also, when you replaced the cluster, was it new or used? If used, they may not be much good becaused they were probably used awhile anyway, but if each one has went the same way, then the problem is probably with your truck and it's wiring, connectors or something. If you can, check the wiring from the back of the cluster to where ever it runs. Chances are, the wiring is wrapped up and taped with other wires so the damage may be in there but trace it and check it as far as possible. A bad ground somewhere will cause your problems also.
Hope this helps.
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