Question about 2003 GMC Yukon Denali
This is a common problem with GM vehicles of this era. There may be extended warranty coverage on this problem. I suggest you ask your dealer for a curtorsey repair on this as it is very expensive to replace the instrument cluster. Some dealers have repaired this very cheaply at around $45, and others want $500-$600. You can as a last resort get it repaired here for less than $200. http://www.mrwhizard.com/ You can also try this which may or may not work. Remove the instrument cluster fuse. Start the truck, and then shut it off. Replace the fuse and then start it again. This may or may not work.
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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