Chevrolet Truck Gauge Clusters

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We started working on GM truck gauge clusters starting with the model year 1999. Anything older than that and parts become incredibly difficult to find in working and acceptable condition.

Common issues were display screens failing, gauge motor, needle movement, and overall lighting issues. There are literally dozens and dozens (possibly into the hundreds) of different part numbers for Chevy truck clusters. It is vital to purchase the correct part number for your truck otherwise you may have false warning indicators or gauges that do not work.

In 2007 the gauge failures decreased and display screen problems increased. It also became a little more complicated to swap clusters between trucks and have all features work correctly. We are able to perform factory GM programming on your new cluster to make sure it is coded correctly to your VIN. We also program your odometer mileage to match your vehicle chassis.

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