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I have a 2000 silverado 1500 4.8L 2WD 5SPD and I would like to know if the 00-02 escalade cluster would work in my truck. I know it will plug up and bolt in, but will all functions of the gauge cluster work?

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  • drewperryman May 20, 2011

    post the link please. i've been searching since yesterday

  • drewperryman May 20, 2011

    That doesn't mean anything because there are so many chevy/gm vehicles that interchange parts. The transmission selector is the only thing that I believe wouldn't work because there is no sensor telling the cluster what gear it's in.

  • drewperryman May 20, 2011

    The tranny temp with not work and the transmission indicator will be stuck on the last selection before it was disconnected

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Yes. it will work. Hope this helps, please rate, James Booth

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  • drewperryman May 20, 2011

    how sure are you of this? is this from personal experience or an educated guess?

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    James Booth May 20, 2011

    It's on google

  • James Booth
    James Booth May 20, 2011

    Just look on autozone.com for all of your cluster parts, and all the escalades parts. All the part numbers match.

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