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All gauges pegged to the left

Why are all gauges pegged to the left on my 2003 chevy 1500 pickup?

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This is very common on 2003-2007 chevy trucks and suv's.
The stepper motors behind your cluster go bad. Do not go to the dealer, instead go online and look up cluster repair for your yr. of silverado and preferably in yor area. Price should range from 115.00-200.00 for all new motors, mine has 7

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