Escalade Cluster [OEM Professional Built]

Escalade Cluster

Are you looking to replace or repair your Escalade Gauge cluster?

ISS Automotive offers a Lifetime Warranty on all our clusters. We also offer upgrades like LED Lights, Colored Needles, and more.

What separates us from the competition? - We have over 30 years in business - All of our clusters come with a Lifetime Warranty - Our team of experts is available to answer any questions you may have If you're looking for an Escalade Cluster that is professionally built and backed by a Lifetime Warranty, look no further than ISS Automotive!

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What is an instrument cluster?

An instrument cluster is a group of gauges and warning lights that are mounted on the instrument panel of a vehicle. It provides the driver with information about the vehicle's speed, fuel level, and other important data. The gauges in the cluster may be analog or digital, and they may be supplemented by warning lights.

The cluster may also include a tachometer, which measures the engine's revolutions per minute (RPM), speedometer, odometer, and trip meter. In some vehicles, you can see oil pressure, coolant temperature, and transmission temperature gauge in the cluster. You might also see a compass or an outside temperature display.


What exactly is covered by an instrument cluster rebuild service?

A complete rebuild service includes complete teardown and cleaning of the cluster and replacement of any faulty or non-working parts. New stepper motors, light bulbs, reassembly, and testing of the faulty cluster. This will usually take a day or two to complete.


How much does an instrument cluster rebuild cost?

The average cost for an Instrument Cluster Rebuilds from our company ISS Automotive is between $189 and $300. However, prices can vary greatly depending on the make, model, and year of your vehicle. 

Common Questions for Escalade Cluster

How do you know if a cluster is bad?

A cluster is bad if it doesn't provide the desired performance or isn't able to handle the traffic. There are several factors that can cause a cluster to be bad, such as:

  1. Information display issues
  2. Engine hours are not being tracked
  3. Power loss
  4. Current mileage is not being tracked
  5. Noisy or vibrating - Suspension issues
  6. Brake issues

If you are experiencing any of these issues, it might be time for repair service.

How do you test a GM dash cluster?

There are a few ways to test the GM vehicles dash cluster. One way is to use a test light. With the test light, you can check for power and ground at the cluster connector. Another way is to use a multimeter to check for continuity and voltage. Lastly, you can use the scan tool to check for codes and data.

How do you fix instrument clusters?

There are a few ways that you can go about fixing an instrument cluster. One way is to simply replace the entire unit. Another way is to send it out to a specialist who can do a full rebuild. Finally, you can try to repair it yourself, but this is generally not recommended unless you are very experienced with electronics. Whichever route you choose, be sure to get a warranty or guarantee so that you can get your money back if the repairs do not work. Same-day turnaround time is possible with some shops.

How much is a new gauge cluster?

If you are having issues with your gauge cluster that are not repairable then you need to replace the entire cluster. The average cost for a new gauge cluster from our company ISS Automotive is $250. However, this price will vary depending on the make and model of your vehicle. For more info contact us at 1-800-548-1195 and we have a great service team that can help you out.

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Can you swap gauge clusters?

In most cases, you can swap out your gauge cluster for one from a different vehicle. However, it is important to note that the new gauge cluster may not be compatible with your vehicle’s computer system. This means that you may need to have the new gauge cluster professionally installed in order to avoid any issues. Additionally, the new gauge cluster may not have the same features as your old one, so be sure to do your research before making a purchase. Also, note the programming required for some features may not be available for your new gauges.

How many miles can you put on a 2003 2006 Cadillac Escalade instrument cluster?

The 2003-2006 Cadillac Escalade instrument cluster is good for approximately 100,000 miles before it needs to be replaced. This is due to the fact that the cluster is constantly being used and exposed to the elements, which can cause it to wear down over time.

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