2003 to 2006 Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement Gauges
2004 Chevy Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2004 Chevy Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2004 Chevy Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2004 Chevy Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2004 Chevy Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2004 Chevy Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2004 Chevy Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)

2004 Chevy Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)

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Gas & Diesel (lifetime warranty)

Enter your VIN for an exact match. Includes free VIN cluster programming & mileage. LED Lights available. This covers 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 (2007 Classic) Silverado Instrument Cluster. 

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Get your replacement cluster today:

Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement Process:

  1. Complete the order
  2. We ship the programmed instrument cluster (M-F) - free shipping and tracking number. 
  3. Simple cluster install - plug and play!
  4. Activate Lifetime Warranty - free return shipping label to send in your old broken core


  • 40 years of remanufacturing experience for dealerships.
  • OEM Standards & Quality. OEM standard parts used. 
  • FREE Shipping (M-F delivery)
  • FREE Return Core Shipping Included.
  • FREE Core Programming - Simple Plug & Play install.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty Available.
  • No Core Deposit Hassles.
  • Protective custom foam box.
  • Customer service is available M-F 8am to 5pm Pacific. 


Why buy your Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement from ISS Automotive?

Founded in 1949, we have been distributing and remanufacturing for top automotive suppliers for 70 years. The ISS Automotive website was launched in 2020 to provide instrument cluster replacement & repair services to the community. The ISS team has replaced or repaired over 1.5 millions clusters, radios, electronics and more over several decades. Our customer service team works directly with dealerships giving us inside knowledge to the best parts and solutions available. Learn More About Us

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Lifetime Warranty

Lifetime Warranty if we receive your broken core within 30 days. We provide free return shipping for old core to activate your warranty. 

Lifetime Warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship for as long as you own the vehicle. So if for example, the touchscreen became unresponsive, we would replace or repair it free of charge. It would not cover things like crash, fire, theft, etc. The warranty is verifiable by your VIN or your original invoice should you run into any problems in the future. 

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2004 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (covers the 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 Chevy Silverado)

Replacing your instrument cluster 2004 Chevrolet Silverado is very easy and it can be done at home. It's a simple swap with a single plug.

Instrument Cluster Chevy Silverado 2004

How do you know if your dash cluster is bad?

You have to know the history of your vehicle when it comes to the instrument cluster.

Is it stalling or having other electrical problems?

Do you see any warning lights?

Do the gauges move when it warms up?

Do they go back to normal or do they stay stuck?

Does it stay on when you turn the truck off?

If you answered yes to any of these then there is a good chance that your cluster is bad.

 

Can I drive my 2004 Silverado without the instrument cluster?

Yes, but we do not recommend it.

The vehicles are equipped with multiple safety systems, including an airbag system. If the instrument cluster or any related component in the system is not working properly or has failed, it could affect the performance of some or all of these systems. This may increase the risk of injury in a crash.

You should bring it asap to a repair shop or fix it if you know how to.

To be on the safe side, it's best not to drive the vehicle.

If you still want to drive it then do not use more than 40 MPH and don't change any of the radio settings or push buttons on the console because they can cause your problems to increase if they short out and affect other parts of the instrument.


How do you remove the instrument cluster on a 2004 Chevy Silverado?

Instrument clusters are an important part of your vehicle. All the components in the cluster are part of the vehicle's computer system, which controls all areas of operation for your truck.

If you are having issues with the vehicle cluster and need to remove the unit then follow the instructions below but at your own risk.

Please note that this information is for reference only and please consult your owner's manual for the full instructions.

See the video above for the required steps.

  • Step 1 - Make sure the vehicle is turned off.
  • Step 2 - Remove the cluster's negative battery terminal.
  • Step 3 - Remove the dash trim using a trim pry tool
  • Step 4 - Remove all of the cluster's mounting screws using a 7mm
  • Step 5 - Lift out the instrument cluster
  • Step 6 - Reinstall the new cluster by reversing the removal process.
  • Step 7 - Reconnect the wiring harness plug
  • Step 8 - Reconnect the negative battery terminal.

Hope this helps!


How do I reset my Chevy gauge cluster?

You can reset the Chevy gauge cluster by removing the clock fuse from the fuse panel.

This will reset all of the gauges and lights to their normal settings.

The cluster will still run after the clock fuse is removed, but it won't show the time or light up.

This should reset all of the cluster's settings.

NOTE: This will only affect the gauge settings and not any of your personal settings or presets.


Where is the instrument cluster fuse on a 2004 Chevy Silverado?

You can find the fuses on the 2004 Chevrolet Silverado on the driver's side panel fuse panel.

If you lose the cover and can't find it, just remove the black pull out the plug to see the fuses.

You can also find the fuses on your vehicle's fuse panel inside the vehicle.

On newer vehicles, these are sometimes in the glove box or behind a plastic cover underneath the steering column.

The fuses are usually marked. If not, just pull them out and compare them with the ones in your owner's manual or at an auto parts store.

If you still can't find the right fuse, call a mechanic or dealership to get the right information.

 

Why is my dash cluster not working?

There are many reasons why the instrument cluster in your vehicle might not be working.

Some of the most common reasons are:

- A short in the wiring harness.

- Light bulbs that are burned out.

- A loose connection in the cluster.

- A fuse may be blown.

- Circuit board in the cluster may be defective.

- The CPU in the instrument cluster may have a problem.

- Stepper motors are defective.

- Display error in the cluster.

- Cluster panel lighting is burned out.

- Inoperative warning lamps in the cluster.

- Gauge needles are not operating properly.

- Gauge needles are stuck.

- Cluster is not communicating with the vehicle's computer system.


Why you should replace your truck speedometer?

The speedometer gauge in your vehicle gives you important information about your driving.

It shows you how fast you are going and if the vehicle is accelerating or slowing down.

Having a faulty speedometer gauge will put you at risk because the vehicle won't be maintaining proper speed or staying in one lane.

If you notice that the speedometer is not working then it needs to be taken care of immediately.

The sooner you get a repair service on the speedometer gauge the safer it will be for you and others on the road.


How to change the gears on a 2005 Chevy Silverado with a manual transmission?

The gears on the 2005 Chevy Silverado with a manual transmission are changed by moving the gear shift located on the center console.

To change gears:

1. Pull back on the gear shift knob to put it into neutral.

2. Press the clutch pedal all the way down with your left foot.

3. Move the gear shift knob to "2" for the second gear.

4. Release the clutch pedal slowly to engage the gear.

5. Shift gears accordingly by pressing down on the clutch pedal and moving the shifter to the next gear.

6. Release the clutch pedal slowly as you shift each gear for a smooth transition between gears.

7. Press down on the clutch pedal to disengage the gears when you come to a complete stop.


Problems After Installing New Instrument Cluster in Chevy Silverado

This is a general guide about problems after installing a new instrument cluster in 2004 Chevy Silverado.

Tools/Supplies Needed:  

- Multimeter (optional)

- Soldering Iron and solder (optional)

  1. Turn your ignition to the "ON" position with the engine not running.
  2. Use your multimeter to check for power of the cluster harness (larger connector on the back of the cluster). You should have power from the ignition switch with no key in the ignition, also check for ground. If you do not have power, please reach out to ISS Automotive. You may have soldering issue or some circuit problems. 
  3. Use your multimeter to check continuity from each pin to the bulbs in the cluster. You should have continuity on all pins. If you do not have continuity, there is a broken wire in the cluster harness, bad soldering on the black/white Kline, or a bad clock spring.
  4. Make sure your radio is working properly. If you still don't have any power on the Kline of cluster harness, there is a problem with the radio grounding out and you will need to get it scanned for codes.
  5. If you have power and ground, but the cluster is not lighting up, there is a problem with your bulbs or bad soldering on the black/white Kline.
  6. If you have power and ground, but do not have continuity on all of the pins (no light up), there is a broken wire in the cluster harness or bad soldering on the black/white Kline.
  7. If you have power and ground, but your radio is not powering on, you may have a bad clock spring or the like.
  8. If you have power and ground, but your cluster is not lighting up with the radio working, there are no broken wires anywhere in the harness or clock spring.
  9. If you have power and ground, but your cluster is only dimly lit up with the radio working, there may be a broken wire somewhere in your harness or the like.
  10. If you have none of the above problems, then make sure your vehicle is grounded correctly or you have a faulty vehicle ground. You can also check for continuity from the clock spring to the chassis of your vehicle.
  11. If you still have absolutely no idea what is wrong, get the wiring diagram for your vehicle and find where all of these wires are coming from and going to.
  12. If you still have no idea what is wrong, take your vehicle into a shop and get it scanned for codes.
  13. If you know what the problem is already, then you can fix it yourself or time for a repair process.


2004 chevy Silverado gas gauge not working

The gauge cluster on a 2004 Chevy Silverado consists of four dials: the speedometer gauge, the odometer gauge, the gas gauge, and the engine temperature gauge. The needle for each dial should be pointing to the zero mark when the vehicle is turned off and the key is removed. The needle should fall to zero as fuel is burned or coolant heats up. The speedometer dial should increase as the vehicle is driven faster.

If any of these gauges like the gas gauge are not working, the first step is to determine if the problem is in the gauge or in the wiring.

The gas gauge has a sending unit located under the vehicle on the frame rail. The sending unit is connected to the fuel tank by a long rod and will move up and down as the level of gas in the tank changes. A strong magnet is built into the bottom of the sending unit which attaches itself to a small arm under the dash. This movement is what triggers the little electric motor built into the gauge and causes it to move.

To check the wiring, you will need access to a wiring diagram. With the key off, use an ohmmeter to test for continuity between the two gauge wires. You should have a positive reading on one wire and ground on the other wire. Next, switch the wires and test for continuity between the two again. You should not have any continuity when switched. If not, then the problem is in the wiring or bad ground.

If you have continuity between both wires when tested together but when switched it breaks the circuit, then you need to check for bad ground. With all of the wiring and sending units disconnected from the back of the cluster, you will need to see if you have power on the two gauge wires.

With a test light, turn the key on and attach one end of the test light to one of the gauge wires and touch the other end to a good ground on your vehicle. The test light should come on, indicating that you have power. If so, then turn off the key and see if the light will come back on by itself. This test indicates that you have bad ground somewhere.

The next step is to check the back of the cluster for power and ground using a test light. With everything disconnected from the back of the cluster, you can use a test light to check for power and ground.

Connect one end of your test light to a good ground on the vehicle. Touch the tip of your test light to each gauge wire, one at a time. If you have power coming out of the back of one wire, your problem is in that wire or the sending unit. If you don't have power coming out of any wire, then check to make sure that you have good ground.

If you have power coming out of the back of one wire, the next step is to trace the wire from where it connects at the back of the cluster, around all of the steering column wire harnesses, and under the dash going to the fuel sender on the frame rail.

If you have power and ground at the back of the cluster, trace each gauge wire from where it attaches at the back of the cluster to where it connects on each sending unit. The wires from the cluster are attached to a connector that plugs into a multi-wire plug. Disconnect this connector and check for power and ground at the individual gauge wires where they attach to the multi-wire plug. If you have power and ground at the multi-wire plug, then you need to check for power at both of the sending unit's connectors.

If you can't find power at the back of the cluster, you need to check the wiring harnesses under the dash and behind the steering column. You will need to check each wire for power and ground.

If you can't find power and good ground anywhere under the dash, then you need to check the vehicle wiring diagrams for an available fused circuit in another location in the vehicle.

If you don't find any available fuse circuits, your next option is to check for power and ground on each wire at the back of the cluster. If you have power and ground at the back of your cluster, but not at the gauges themselves, then you have a bad cluster.