Chevrolet Instrument Cluster

Chevrolet Instrument Cluster



ISS Automotive offers expert-built Chevrolet Instrument Clusters that are 100% tested and comes with a Lifetime Warranty. All of our clusters are built to fit your specific Chevrolet model. Each cluster comes equipped with the features and options that matches your vehicle.

ISS Automotive's team of expert technicians has over 70 years of experience in the automotive industry, so you can rest assured that your cluster will be built correctly. We have built over one million clusters for Chevrolet and USA dealerships.

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Can you just swap an instrument cluster?

The answer is yes and no, you cannot just swap an instrument cluster for another random cluster. You have to make sure that the part number matches the recommend series from Chevrolet. For this reason you will need to look up the VIN and match parts numbers.. There are different chips that interface with the electronics and over time Chevrolet will make upgrades even during the same year. This is why you need ot make sure.  If you do not match the part number, then your instrument cluster will not function correctly. 

We are here to help at Instrument Sales and Service and provide a reliable service. We understand the complexities of the cluster. 

Our team is specially trained in working with Chevrolet clusters and have years of experience. 


How do I reset my Chevy instrument cluster?

There are a few ways that you can reset your Chevy instrument cluster. One way is to disconnect the battery for a minute or two and then reconnect it. This will cause the instrument cluster to reset and should clear any error messages that may be displayed.

Another way to reset the instrument cluster is to remove the fuse for the instrument cluster for a minute or two and then replace it. This should also reset the cluster and clear any error messages.


Do instrument clusters need to be reprogrammed?

Instrument clusters do not need to be reprogrammed. However, if the cluster is replaced with a new one, the vehicle will need to be taken to a Chevrolet dealership or with a team that has the tools to program the new cluster with mileage and other data. This process is typically quick and easy, and there is no need to worry about losing any important data or settings.


How much does it cost to change instrument cluster?

The average cost for a Chevrolet instrument cluster replacement is between $250 and $500. Where to buy instrument clusters? You buy from our company ISS Automotive. We offer the best quality and prices for our clients. We offer a limited lifetime warranty with a fast turnaround time.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Chevrolet Instrument Cluster

What does an instrument cluster do?

The instrument cluster is the central location for all gauges and warning lights on your Chevrolet vehicle. It relays information to the driver about the status of the vehicle.

What causes the instrument cluster to go out?

There are a few things that could cause the instrument cluster to go out. Here are the common causes:

  1. Loose connection between the instrument cluster and the vehicle's electrical system
  2. Circuit board failure
  3. Battery drain
  4. Failing light bulbs
  5. PRNDL display error
  6. Power loss to the gauge cluster
  7. Speedometer, oil pressure, or fuel gauge sending unit failure
  8. Information display error
  9. Blown fuse
  10. Corroded wire harness

How to repair Chevrolet instrument clusters?

Cluster repair is a common service provided by many auto shops. You can also find do-it-yourself cluster repair kits online. But unless you have experience with auto repairs, it's best to leave this job to the professionals.

But here's a quick rundown of what's involved in cluster repair:

  1. Cluster removal: This is the first step and it involves removing the instrument cluster from the dash.
  2. Instrument cluster disassembly: Once the cluster is removed, it will need to be disassembled so that the individual components can be accessed.
  3. Testing and repairs: The next step is to test the individual components and make any necessary repairs. Once everything works perfectly time to reassemble.
  4. Instrument cluster reassembly: Once the repairs are made, the cluster will need to be reassembled.
  5. Cluster installation: The final step is to install the cluster back into the dash.

As you can see, there's a lot that goes into repairing an instrument cluster. So unless you're confident in your auto repair skills, it's best to leave this job to the professionals. Fortunately, ISS Automotive offers instrument cluster repair services for all makes and models of vehicles with quick service and a lifetime warranty. So if your instrument cluster is in need of repair, give us a call today at 1-800-548-1195.

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Can you reset the Chevy instrument cluster?

Yes, the Chevy instrument cluster can be reset. To reset the cluster, follow these steps:

  1. Disconnect the battery.
  2. Remove the instrument cluster from the dash.
  3. Disconnect the cluster connector.
  4. Reconnect the battery and turn on the ignition.
  5. Press and hold the trip odometer reset button.
  6. Turn off the ignition and wait 30 seconds.
  7. Reconnect the cluster connector.
  8. Install the instrument cluster back into the dash.
  9. Turn on the ignition and check that the cluster is working properly.

If you're still having trouble with your instrument cluster then it might be time to bring it to a mechanic or auto shop for repairs.

How much does a replacement cluster cost?

A replacement cluster for a Chevrolet vehicle can cost anywhere from $300 to $1,500, depending on the make and model of the vehicle.

Can you replace the instrument panel?

The instrument panel on a Chevrolet car can be replaced if it is damaged or not working properly. You will need to purchase a new instrument panel and have it installed by a qualified mechanic. Make sure to get one that is compatible with your model of Chevrolet car. If you are experiencing problems with your instrument panel, it is best to consult with a qualified mechanic to diagnose the issue and recommend a solution. In some cases, the problem may be able to be fixed without replacing the entire panel. However, if the panel is damaged or not working correctly, replacing it will be the best option.

How to reset GM clusters?

There are two ways to reset a GM cluster: with a scan tool, or by disconnecting the battery. If you have a scan tool, simply connect it to the OBD-II port and follow the prompts to reset the cluster. If you don't have a scan tool, you can still reset the cluster by disconnecting the battery. However, this will also clear any stored codes in the computer, so make sure you have the code before you start.

To reset the cluster by disconnecting the battery, simply disconnect the negative terminal and wait for at least 30 seconds before reconnecting it. This will allow the cluster to reset itself. Keep in mind that if you have an older GM vehicle, you may need to remove the cluster from the dash in order to reset it. Consult your owner's manual for more information.

How does repair service work?

A repair service will typically involve the replacement of one or more components in your instrument cluster. In most cases, the entire cluster will need to be replaced. However, in some cases, only the speedometer or odometer may need to be replaced. The repair service will also include a thorough cleaning of all the circuits and components in your cluster. This is important to prevent any future problems. Once the repair service is complete, your instrument cluster will be tested to ensure that it is working properly. You will also be given a warranty on the repairs.

Can I add a transmission temperature gauge to my instrument cluster?

Yes, you can add a transmission temp gauge to your instrument cluster. This can be done by adding an aftermarket gauge or by installing a new instrument cluster that has the transmission temp gauge included.


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