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you have to send out your whole cluster. it is a common thing that goes wrong with the gm dash clusters. you need a expert electrical guy to repair. look on ebay, guys fixing them and replacing lights in your stereos and other dash clusters.
The fuse panel is on the side of the dash where the drivers door opens up. The cover is right there. The diagram is on the back of the fuse panel cover. It will say cluster or dash Lts. If fuse is good try turning dimmer dial on left side of dash, it may be turned down just below gas guage
The dash lights go into the rear of the instrument panel cluster which means that you have to remove the panel to replace them. I believe you have to first remove the trim from around the cluster [usually it's held in by plastic clips] then there are a few screws that hold the cluster assembly to the dash. Once these are out the cluster can be removed and the bulbs replaced. I always replace all the bulbs since it seems that once one bulb fails the rest start to fail soon afterwards.
it is not a fuse the odometer is lighted by a LED (Light Emitting diode), this burns out, it is a VERY common problem, to repair it u must remove the cluster from the dash and send it out for repair, cost to repair the odometer is approx $200
remove the black trim around the cluster.. then remove the 4 srews that hold the cluster in the dash.. the bulb will twist out of the back of the cluster main board. the new one will just twist back in and then re-install the cluster to dash and then the bezel
Replace the blinker. It is a small round cylinder under your dash. A common cause of this is that there is a burntout bulb on the back . Not the one thats blinking. You will see the signal indicator arrow blink really fast.If not then it is the blinker.