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- 2003 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster
- 2005 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster
- 2006 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster
- 2007 Chevrolet Silverado (Classic) Instrument Cluster
This page covers the 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 (2007 Classic) Silverado.
Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement Process:
- Complete the order
- We ship the programmed instrument cluster (M-F) - with free shipping and a tracking number.
- Simple cluster install - plug and play!
- 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 8 am to 5 pm 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 million clusters, radios, electronics, and more over several decades. Our customer service team works directly with dealerships giving us inside knowledge of the best parts and solutions available. Learn More About Us
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Lifetime Warranty if we receive your broken core within 30 days. We provide free return shipping for the old core to activate your warranty.
A 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 crashes, fires, 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 Silverado Cluster
It's never fun to have your Silverado cluster go out. This can lead to all sorts of problems including a dead battery or more. Our customers want a cluster they can trust which is why we offer a lifetime warranty on all of our clusters. This means that if your cluster ever dies, we'll replace it for free. All you have to do is send it back to us and we'll take care of the rest.
If you're looking for a new Silverado cluster or any other kind of cluster for that matter, be sure to check out our selection.
How do you know if a dash cluster is bad?
There are a few key indicators that suggest a dash cluster is bad:
- Stepper motors are not moving smoothly or are making strange noises
- Mileage is significantly lower than expected
- Auto-stop feature is not working
- Check engine light is on
- One of the gauges is not working properly
- Display error messages or symbols
- Almost all the parts in the cluster are not working.
If you notice any of these issues, it is best to take your car to a mechanic or dealership to have it checked out. Continuing to drive with a bad dash cluster can cause further damage to your car and may even be dangerous.
Do instrument clusters need to be programmed?
No, instrument clusters do not need to be programmed. All of the necessary information is stored in the cluster itself. However, if the cluster is being replaced with a different one, it will need to be reprogrammed to work with the car's computer. This can usually be done at a dealership or by a professional automotive locksmith.
How do I reset my GM instrument cluster?
The best way to reset your GM instrument cluster is to disconnect the battery for a few minutes. This will allow the cluster to reset itself and should clear any error codes that may be causing the problem. Another way to reset the cluster is to remove the fuse for the cluster for a few minutes. This will also allow the cluster to reset itself and should clear any error codes that may be causing the problem. If neither of these methods works, then you may need to take your vehicle to an auto shop or mechanic and request repair service.
How do you remove a gauge cluster on a 2004 Silverado?
To remove a gauge cluster on a 2004 Silverado, first, disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the four screws that secure the cluster bezel to the instrument panel. Gently pull the cluster away from the instrument panel, being careful not to damage any of the wirings.
Once the cluster is removed, unscrew the four screws that hold the cluster in place. Carefully pull the cluster out, being mindful not to damage any of the gauges or needles. Finally, disconnect the wiring harness from the back of the cluster and remove it from the vehicle.
Reinstalling a gauge cluster is just the reverse of removal. Make sure all connections are tight and secure before reconnecting the negative battery cable.
If you need help with any step in this process, please consult a professional mechanic to ensure your safety and get the job done correctly.
Frequently Asked Questions About the 2004 Silverado Cluster
What causes instrument cluster failure?
There are many potential causes of instrument cluster failure, including loose or damaged wiring, a failed sensor, or a problem with the cluster itself. Often, the root cause of the problem can be difficult to determine without a professional diagnosis.
How much does it cost to fix an instrument cluster?
The cost to fix an instrument cluster can vary depending on the cause of the problem. If the cluster simply needs to be reset, the cost may be as low as $50. However, if the cluster requires replacement, the cost from a dealership can be much higher, often upwards of $1,000.
At ISS Automotive, we offer quality instrument cluster repair and replacement services starting at just $189. We also offer free shipping in the contiguous United States and a lifetime warranty on all of our work, so you can be confident that your repairs will last.
Contact our store at 1-800-548-1195 for more details and have your vehicle model, year, and VIN part number ready when you call to get a quote.
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Does the ECU control the instrument cluster?
The ECU does not control the instrument cluster directly. However, it does send signals to the cluster that indicate engine speed, vehicle speed, and other information that is displayed on the cluster.
What are the symptoms of a bad instrument cluster?
A bad instrument cluster can cause a variety of symptoms. The most common symptom is that the cluster will not power on at all. Other symptoms can include the cluster power cycling on and off randomly, the lights in the cluster flickering or dimming intermittently, and strange or incorrect readings from the tachometer, speedometer, or other gauges. In some cases, a bad instrument cluster can also cause the vehicle to stall or not start at all.
How do I test an instrument cluster?
There are a few ways that you can test an instrument cluster. One way is to use a multimeter to test the voltage output of the cluster. Another way is to use an oscilloscope to test the waveform output of the cluster. You can also use a test light to check for power and ground at the cluster.
What are some common problems with instrument clusters?
There are a few common problems that can occur with instrument clusters. One problem is that the cluster may not illuminate properly, making it difficult to see the gauges and readouts. Another common problem is that the needles or digital displays may not work correctly, making it difficult to get an accurate reading. Additionally, instrument clusters may experience problems with the wiring or connectors, which can cause them to malfunction.
How much does it cost to repair an instrument cluster?
This will vary depending on the make and model of your car, as well as the severity of the damage. However, you can expect to pay anywhere from $200 to $600 for a professional to repair your instrument cluster.
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Our team of highly skilled and experienced professionals are experts in instrument cluster repairs and can have your car back to normal in no time. We understand the importance of having a working instrument cluster and will work quickly and efficiently to get your car back on the road.
Our goal is to have a complete 100% OEM-style remanufacture of your cluster.
Is there a recall on 2004 Chevrolet Silverado clusters?
There have been no recalls on 2004 Silverado clusters. However, there have been some reports of issues with the instrument cluster in this model year. If you are experiencing problems with your cluster, we recommend taking it to a qualified mechanic or instrument cluster repair shop for diagnosis and potential repairs.
Can I upgrade my instrument cluster?
In some cases, you may be able to upgrade your instrument cluster. However, this will vary depending on the make and model of your car. We recommend checking with a qualified mechanic or instrument cluster repair shop to see if an upgrade is possible for your vehicle.
You might want to check a complete upgrade kit with any brand-new replacement part type you might need. From white face gauges to LCD screens, we have the perfect solution for your needs. Contact us for more information and a free consultation now!