2005 GMC Sierra Instrument Cluster For Sale
ISS Automotive offers expert-built instrument clusters for the 2005 GMC Sierra. Each unit is VIN-matched to fit the specific vehicle it will be going into. This assures all gauges and backlighting match the factory originals.
If you have any questions about our products or services, please contact our company ISS Automotive at 1-800-548-1195.
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Instrument clusters - High-Quality Builds
If you're looking for high-quality instrument clusters for classic cars, look no further than ISS Automotive. We expertly build clusters for various makes and models, including the 2005 GMC Sierra.
Our clusters are built to last, with many features that keep your driving experience safe and enjoyable. We also offer a lifetime warranty on all our products, so you can be sure that your purchase is protected.
Visit our online store today to learn more about our instrument clusters and other classic car parts and accessories at issautomotive.com. Thanks for choosing ISS Automotive!
Upgrade transmission temperature gauge
We all know how important it is to keep an eye on our transmission temperature, especially when towing or hauling a heavy load. So, if your GMC Sierra doesn't have a transmission temperature gauge, or if it does but it's not working properly, then it might be time to upgrade to a new one.
There are a few different types of transmission temperature gauges on the market, so you'll need to decide which one is right for your truck. If you do a lot of towing or hauling, then you'll probably want a gauge that has an alarm that goes off when the temperature gets too high. Or, if you just want to be able to keep an eye on the temperature, then a simple gauge will suffice.
The easiest way to add a transmission temp gauge is to purchase a replacement cluster that comes with one. ISS Automotive offers a variety of clusters for the 2005 GMC Sierra that come with a transmission temperature gauge, so be sure to check those out.
Repair service for GMC Sierra Instrument Cluster
If your GMC Sierra speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, battery gauge, oil pressure gauge, or any other instrument cluster gauge is not working correctly, we can provide the service to repair it. All of our services are backed by a limited lifetime warranty, so you can be sure that your instrument cluster is in good hands.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does an instrument cluster cost?
The cost of an instrument cluster will vary depending on the make and model of your vehicle. The average cost is around $300.
Does a used instrument cluster need to be programmed?
If you are buying a used instrument cluster, it will need to be programmed to work with your car. This is because each instrument cluster is specific to a certain car model and year. You can usually have this done at a dealership or a car stereo shop.
Can I drive my truck without a cluster?
Yes, but you will have no idea how fast you are going, what gear you are in, or how much fuel you have. In addition, the check engine light will not be functional without a cluster. We strongly recommend against driving your truck without a cluster.
If your truck's instrument cluster is not working properly, it can be a major inconvenience. Not being able to see your speed or gauge your fuel level can make driving your truck very difficult. It can also lead to accidents if you are not aware of your surroundings.
Just drive your car to bring it to the nearest auto mechanic for repair service.
Common issues on extended cab pickup trucks gauge cluster?
Do you have a problem with your 2005 GMC Sierra 1500 extended cab pickup truck's instrument cluster? If so, you're not alone. Here are the most common problems and solutions.
1. Dead or dying battery - If your Sierra's battery is dead or dying, it may cause the instrument cluster to malfunction. To test this, jump-start the truck and see if the cluster works properly. If it does, replace the battery.
2. Loose or damaged wires - If the wires to the instrument cluster are loose or damaged, they will need to be repaired or replaced. This is best done by a qualified mechanic or electrician.
3. Blown fuse - If the fuse for the instrument cluster is blown, it will need to be replaced. Check the owner's manual or the fuse panel to find the correct fuse.
4. Bad ground connection - If the ground connection for the instrument cluster is bad, it will need to be repaired or replaced. This is best done by a qualified mechanic or electrician.
5. Faulty instrument cluster - If the instrument cluster itself is faulty, it will need to be repaired or replaced.
If you're having trouble with your truck's instrument cluster, try one of these common solutions. If the problem persists, take the truck to a qualified mechanic or electrician to find exactly what is wrong and get it fixed. In some cases, you may need a brand-new instrument cluster.
If that's the case, you can find a replacement 2005 GMC Sierra instrument cluster here at ISS Automotive. We offer a variety of clusters for all types of vehicles, so be sure to check out our inventory!