Question about 2004 GMC Sierra 2500
I bought my 2500 and it had the same issue. The tach went first followed closely by the speedometer and then the rest of the gauges started to go. I spoke with the dealer and they told me that the GMC's are known for this problem but yet there has been no type of recall or assistance from GM. The only solution was to send the gauge cluster and replace it with a new one. The vehicle miles were estimated from my driving and the cluster was sent with the estimated miles on it. Apparently with the original units there is a defect of some sort in the structure of it which causes the gauges to short out.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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