1999 - 2002 Silverado, Avalanche & Sierra - Instrument Cluster Repair
1999 - 2002 Silverado, Avalanche & Sierra - Instrument Cluster Repair
1999 - 2002 Silverado, Avalanche & Sierra - Instrument Cluster Repair

1999 - 2002 Silverado, Avalanche & Sierra - Instrument Cluster Repair

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Mail us your CHEVY & GMC instrument speedometer cluster for professional service & repair! This covers 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002 Chevy Silverado, Avalanche, or GMC Sierra cluster repair service. 

Need it faster? Order a replacement instead

72 hour repair turnaround time. Need it faster? Check out our 1999 - 2002 Silverado, Sierra, and Avalanche replacement cluster.

Mail Us Your Cluster for Professional Repair.

Cluster Repair Service

How our rebuild process works:

  1. Complete your order
  2. *Mail us your cluster (with printed sales order)
  3. 48-hr turn around after we receive your cluster
  4. Simply install your newly repaired cluster


ISS Automotive Service Center
9817 233rd AVE E Suite C
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

* Please Note: We are not responsible for items damaged before reaching our facility. Be sure to prevent damage by carefully wrapping your whole cluster in bubble wrap.

Our repair service covers the following:

  • Complete diagnostic check
  • Failing gauges and/or speedometer
  • Total power loss or intermittent power
  • PRNDL display lighting/dimness
  • Burned out backlighting bulbs
  • Dim or dead backlighting
  • Updated stepper motor

Rebuild service provided (what we cover):

  • Initial testing and troubleshooting
  • Instrumentation Cleaning
  • Remove and replace faulty and failing parts
  • Remove and replace ALL instrumentation stepper motors
  • Remove and Replace ALL backlighting
  • Rework Solder joints
  • Remove and replace the power supply
  • Instrumentation Calibration Check
  • Final assembly and testing, including instrumentation calibration check
  • Return ground shipping via FedEx or UPS

What we do not cover:

Cosmetic flaws/damage.  Your cluster will still have the same scratches and scuffs it had when you sent it to us.


Do you have any questions?
Please contact us: 800.548.1195 or Contact Us

Limited Lifetime Warranty is limited to the original customer, it is not transferable and covers defective materials, components, or ISS workmanship. Covers defects in materials and workmanship for as long as you own the vehicle. It would not cover things like physical damage, tampering, or any labor associated with installation, crash, fire, theft, etc. The warranty is verifiable by your VIN or your original invoice should you run into any problems in the future. 

See our Returns Page for more information. 


Genuine GM Instrument Cluster for 2001 Chevrolet Silverado Models

  • Remove and replace gauge cluster
  • fix blown bulbs
  • bad odometer gear
  • gauges sticking on or not working
  • odometer/milage not working

Looking to fix instrument clusters from salvage yards, wrecked vehicles, or insurance auctions? ISS Automotive can help.

All you need is your VIN and we can easily find your exact matching part number.

The Instrument Cluster is located below and to the left of the steering wheel.

2001 Chevy Silverado Gauges & Dashboards Lights

Do not pay the top price for a 2001 Silverado gauge cluster when you can buy one for less than half the dealership price. Fix your 2001 Chevy Silverado gauges and dash lights yourself and SAVE. 2001 Chevrolet Silverado instrument clusters from salvage yards, insurance auctions, or wrecked vehicles.

What causes the instrument cluster to stop working?

If your gauges stop working, it can be caused by a bad 2001 Silverado gauge cluster. But there are other things that can cause this like a bad connection, wire harness, or instrument cluster (need to be reset by GM dealer). A problem could also be caused by a short circuit, this might require professionals to check out.

Do you have an odometer problem? If your 2001 Silverado odometer is not working, there are a few things you can do to fix it. First, if the gears were stripped by accident, you need to replace the entire cluster. If you still have a warranty, you can get it replaced for free by the dealer. If not, then you can get the instrument cluster fixed yourself.

How do you test an instrument cluster?

Testing for power is not always necessary when testing gauges. The best way to test the cluster is to cycle through the different displays on the gauge cluster. You can do this by using the trip reset on your odometer and cycling through each display individually, watching to see if there is any reaction on your gauges. Gauge kits for 2001 Silverado with replacement parts and repair manuals, price: $95.00 plus shipping

If you have a faulty odometer on your 2001 Chevy Silverado, you can get the odometer gear replaced by buying a used instrument cluster. You'll need to remove the instrument cluster from your truck and replace it with a new one. Replacement cluster for 2001 Silverado, gauges from a salvage yard or from wrecked vehicles.

Where is the instrument cluster fuse on a 2001 Silverado?

The instrument cluster fuse is located under the hood.

Instrument Cluster For 2001 Silverado Models

On a 2001 Silverado, there are two main warning lights present, those being the traction control light and the ABS light. The odometer gear on the 2001 Silverado runs off of a magnet attached to the speedometer cable. When this goes bad, you must replace the entire instrument cluster. Instrument Cluster For 2001 Silverado

Above is a pic of a typical 2001 Silverado instrument cluster. The problem with the picture is that I had to take it at an angle to get the needles in focus, so they look darker than usual.

The odometer on the gauges is what reads the speed of the vehicle and moves accordingly. Along with this, you will find a few bulbs and a gearbox that controls most of the gauges.

On the 2001 Silverado instrument cluster, the speedometer and odometer run off of a small magnet attached to your speedometer cable. When this magnet goes bad, it will cause the gauges to stop working.

How do you reset the gauge cluster on a Silverado?

To reset the cluster on a Silverado, simply turn off the truck and unplug it. Then, plug it back in after twenty minutes.

Odometer Repair Procedure

If your odometer is not working, you will need to remove the instrument cluster. After removing the instrument cluster, you will find a small gear on the back of it. You need to remove this gear and replace it with a new one from your 2001 Silverado gauge cluster.

How do I reset my GM instrument cluster?

The instrument cluster will need to be reset by the GM service. However, you can get the check engine light out of your dash by disconnecting the battery for 20 minutes. This will clear the code and the light should go out.

Do you know the instrument cluster for the 2001 Silverado is one of the most common problems with this generation of Silverado?

To help prevent your odometer from causing your Instrument cluster to go bad, you should make sure that the gear on the back of it is properly lubricated. An easy way to do this is to add a few drops of oil into the back of it each time you change your oil. If your odometer gears strip, the trip odometer will no longer reset. If the fuel gauge is then affected, you may want to take it to a mechanic that specializes in instrument cluster repair.

How do you know if your dash cluster is bad?

You can know for sure if your dash cluster is bad because the truck will shut off completely. The speedometer, fuel gauge, and tachometer will also stop working. The only way to fix this is to replace the instrument cluster. Your 2001 Silverado instrument cluster can also start acting up if the truck has been exposed to water. This will cause corrosion on the circuit board, which can damage components. It should work perfectly again once it has dried out.

What controls the gauge cluster?

The gauge cluster is controlled by a microprocessor. However, it is mounted in with many other components and circuits that also affect the cluster and how it functions.

When you first start the truck, it is a computer that will run a series of checks to ensure everything is working properly. If the check engine light is on, it's a good idea to take the truck to a mechanic to have them read the code. This will help you determine what the problem is.

These are all of the steps you need to take in order to reset your 2001 Silverado gauge cluster. If this does not work, then take your Silverado to a mechanic that specializes in instrument cluster repair.

If you own a 2001 Silverado, then taking extra care of your instrument cluster can save you time and money.

How do I know my oil pressure gauge is bad?

If you have noticed the oil light coming on in your gauge cluster or there is a problem with your oil pressure sensor, it could mean that your oil pressure gauge is bad. It will need to be replaced.

If you own a 2001 Silverado, then taking extra care of your instrument cluster can save you time and money.

Remove the screws from the back of your instrument cluster. You will need a small-sized Phillips head screwdriver for this task.

Once you have removed these screws, you need to tip the instrument cluster forward. You will then be able to remove the bottom half of it from the top half.

When you have separated the two halves, remove the circuit board and turn it over. There is a small gear on this side of the circuit board. Remove it and replace it with the new one from your 2001 Silverado gauge cluster.

Put the circuit board back into the dash and secure it with screws. Then, put the cluster back together and secure it with screws.

Once you have replaced the gear on the circuit board and reassembled your cluster, you need to reset it.

Turn the ignition on but do not start the truck. Then, press buttons A/M, Mode and Reset at the same time. This should reset your instrument cluster and allow all the gauges to work again.

If this does not solve the problem, do not go any further before having your gauges checked by a professional. If it does solve the problem, you can drive your Silverado safely again.

Where can I get a 2001 Chevy Silverado instrument cluster repair?

Since there are many parts that can cause your gauges to go out, it is best to have a professional repair the instrument cluster. It will be much faster and more cost-effective in the long run.

Where can I get a 2001 Chevy Silverado instrument cluster repair?

If you shop around, you can find a 2001 Silverado gauge cluster repair for less than half the price of what the dealership will charge. If your gauges are not working, you will need to replace the entire cluster.

Fix 2001 Silverado Gauges yourself with an instrument cluster rebuild kit

A complete set of 2001 Silverado gauge cluster repairs will cost much less than it would the dealer. You can also do this without any knowledge of car mechanics. There are kits for the Silverado that include every piece you will need to get your gauges up and running again.

Best place to get Silverado instrument clusters and gauge kits?

If you are looking for quality parts at low prices, you will want to go to an auto-part warehouse. You can get all the 2001 Silverado gauge cluster repair parts you need for much cheaper than you can order them from the dealership. Customers continually report saving hundreds of dollars by doing it yourself with a repair kit.

Best place to get Silverado instrument clusters and gauge kits?

The best place to get a 2001 Silverado gauge cluster repair kit is online. You can also purchase a real-time manual to help you with your project.

Order a 2001 Chevy Silverado gauge cluster repair manual online.

If you have had your instrument cluster for some time, then you may already know that it is not working. You will need to find out what is wrong with it before you can order the repair kit.

Typically, the most common problems with Silverado gauges are broken needles, oil pressure gauges that read 0 all the time, and speedometer not working at all.