Question about 2004 GMC Sierra 2500
2004 GMC 2500HD - Duramax. Long bed, 4-door, 4x4. The left side of the instrument panel just quit working. Is there a fuse for it or is it more involved?
I have the same truck. The instrument cluster is a sealed unit that is not repairable by mere mortals. You might want to check the large plug-in connector on the back and see if it is partailly out, although that's not likely. More likely is that there is an electrical short in the cluster, and it will have to be repaired. Your dealer can send it out, or there are a couple of independent shops that you can find on the web to send it to. I lost the LED's in mine and had to send it out. It's really easy to get out - just pop off the front trim that goes around the instruments and the radio/climate control and take out the couple of screws that hold it in. Make sure you disconnect the battery first. Also, it's easier to get out the trim if you start er up, keep your foot on the brakes, put the shift level all the way down to the right, then shut the truck off. Hope this helps. > Joe
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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