Question about 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe
Posted by Anonymous on
We see this allot, you might be able to get the instrument cluster replaced under a warranty recall, you will need to have your dealer run the vin number to see if you truck qualifies. if not you will have to replace the instrument cluster, now hear is the fun part the instrument cluster has it's own on-board computer built in so it has to be programed to your truck, even if you get a used one it will not work in your truck untill you have it programed with your trucks vin and current millage, GM you got to love them.
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