Question about 2004 Chevrolet Impala
Posted by Anonymous on
Gm has had many issues with their Clusters from 1998 and up . They short out . You must replace with either a used one , and hope its not damaged or bring to your local dealer and replace new.
They are easy to change out yourself used but new has to be programmed at the dealer and will cost in the neighbourhood of 600$ programmed
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