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Odometer displays dashes

Jump started and now the dash only shows dashes and no mileage etc.

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I have similar problem. The LED light for gear information plus odometer won't shine on. I took
action to access the package containing the impacted part. I found out the problem originated
from the loose contact somewhere inside the package. The way I sorted out this real problem is
to squeeze/bend the plastic package; then, the LED light will show up and go off if loosing the squeeze.

This problem came from poor QA in GM Purchase. Somehow, the electronic connection became loose
after frequent vibration or owner usage during years of auto driving. If GM can't guarantee its QA, its
design should not bind an auto owner to make expensive amount for just one or two LED malfunction.

Wish this finding can help your problem.

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Could be a ciggerette lighter fuse, usually cause this when it blows.

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