Instrument Cluster Replacement

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03-06 Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement
2003 to 2006 Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement Gauges
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$329.95
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$259.95
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2003 - 2005 Silverado Instrument Cluster Custom
2003 - 2005 Silverado Instrument Cluster Custom
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$525.00
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$450.00
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2004 - 2008 Ford F150 Instrument Cluster Replacement
2004 - 2008 Ford F150 Instrument Cluster Replacement
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$399.95
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$345.00
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2003 - 2006 GMC Sierra - Instrument Cluster Replacement
2003 - 2006 GMC Sierra - Instrument Cluster Replacement
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$329.95
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$259.95
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2003 - 2006 Chevy Tahoe - Instrument Cluster Replacement
2003 - 2006 Chevy Tahoe - Instrument Cluster Replacement
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$329.95
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$259.95
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2003 - 2006 Chevy Suburban - Instrument Cluster Replacement
2003 - 2006 Chevy Suburban - Instrument Cluster Replacement
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$329.95
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$259.95
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2003 - 2006 GMC Yukon and Yukon Denali - Instrument Cluster Replacement
2003 - 2006 GMC Yukon and Yukon Denali - Instrument Cluster Replacement
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$329.95
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$259.95
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2004 - 2007 Hummer H2 - Instrument Cluster Replacement
2004 - 2007 Hummer H2 - Instrument Cluster Replacement
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$299.99
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2003 - 2006 Chevy Avalanche - Instrument Cluster Replacement
2003 - 2006 Chevy Avalanche - Instrument Cluster Replacement
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$329.95
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$259.95
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Best Instrument Cluster Replacement

From the simple gauges of yesterday to LED displays of today, an instrument cluster can say a lot about a vehicle's personality and charm. Aside from vital information like speed or fuel readings, your instrument cluster is your command center for warning signs, error codes, and much more.  But you likely already know the importance of a functioning gauge. The trick now is to find the right instrument cluster replacement source.

  • With over 70 years of experience, millions of satisfied customers, and unmatched expertise in this field, ISS Automotive is a dedicated instrument cluster specialist.
  • We are known for rebuilding instrument clusters to OEM standards with precision calibrating and programming included.
  • You get a limited lifetime warranty when you send in your core.

Whether you choose to rebuild your instrument cluster or choose from our large stock of clusters ready to be shipped and installed, ISS Automotive is the trusted source for replacement clusters.

Why Buy From Us?

ISS Automotive is one of the most reliable names in the automotive industry. Beginning in 1949, ISS Automotive has provided quality vehicle replacement parts and repairs for most vehicle makes/models, including clusters for popular trucks like the Silverado and popular SUVs like the Escalade. When you shop with us you get:

  • Correct fitment. Your parts will be built to OEM standards and programmed to work with your exact model year.
  • Easy installation. All you need are some basic hand tools to remove your old gauges and install the new ones from ISS.
  • Customized upgrades. ISS offers LED lighting upgrades along with other customization options that vary by part.

On top of all that, ISS offers a limited lifetime warranty for all our remanufactured products, including new and replacement/exchange units and repair units. Plus, we offer free and fast shipping in the continental USA.

Have questions about your order or need help finding the right part? Call us at 866.429.1180 for more information.

Instrument Cluster Replacement FAQs

How To Remove The Instrument Cluster

The instrument cluster assembly is usually held in place by a plastic bezel that connects it to the dashboard. The removal process should start with locating all the screws holding the bezel (below the dash and around the bezel) and removing them. Once the bezel is gone, you will have easy access to the instrument cluster, which should be held with a couple of extra screws. However, before completely removing the cluster, be sure to detach all wires and cables without damaging the connectors. Of course, as always, when you are dealing with a car’s electric components, disconnect the battery just to be safe.

How To Install An Instrument Cluster

In order to install your instrument cluster back, you must follow the reverse procedure. Locate the wires and cables and ensure they are appropriately connected before placing the cluster in the dash. Secure the cluster with screws and then install the plastic bezel. Connect the car battery and test the instrument cluster, its responsiveness, features, and accuracy.

Many people are concerned about what this means for the mileage showing on the odometer. We talk more about that on the ISS Automotive blog.

How To Fix An Instrument Cluster

Numerous things could go wrong with your instrument cluster. From simple things like failing light bulbs to loose speedometer cables. However, the first thing you should do before you start tearing down your dashboard is to determine the problem clearly. Sometimes, if you believe that your fuel gauge is broken, it could be a faulty sending unit in your tank. Some fixes are easy, like replacing cables or bulbs, but most are very complicated and require special tools and expertise.

How To Change An Instrument Cluster Light Bulb

Failing light bulbs is one of the most annoying instrument cluster problems.Fortunately, it is one of the easiest to fix. Most clusters use typical small bulbs which can be obtained in every parts store. In order to change them, you need to remove the cluster following the procedure.

Once the cluster is detached from the vehicle, inspect the backside and notice one or a few (depending on the model) bulb sockets. Remove the bulb, replace it with the new one, and install the cluster back into the dash. On some models, you will need to open the backside of the cluster to gain access to the bulbs. If this is the case with your vehicle, be sure to use a plastic pry tool. Gently apply the pressure, being careful to not damage the plastic housing of the cluster or sockets. This could be the difference between cheaply repairing the old instrument cluster yourself or ordering a new one.

If you need more guidance on changing an instrument cluster bulb, check out this blog post from ISS Automotive.