2005 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2003 to 2006 Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement Gauges
2005 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2005 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2005 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2005 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2005 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)
2005 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)

2005 Chevrolet Silverado Instrument Cluster Replacement (Lifetime Warranty)

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$329.95
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$229.95
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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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Temp Gauge: If you have a temp gauge currently then we will be sure to include one. Maybe you want to upgrade and add one? No mod required! Select "Yes" to add a temp gauge as an upgrade. 

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. 

Returns

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2005 Chevy Silverado Instrument Cluster

If you are looking for a 2005 Chevy Silverado Instrument Cluster then ISS Automotive is your best option for a replacement or repair. We have over 30+ years experience providing clusters directly for dealerships and now the public. We understand how important it is to have your instrument cluster working correctly. Whether you need a replacement or just a simple repair, ISS Automotive has you covered. Give us a call today and let us help get your Chevy Silverado back on the road.

Instrument Cluster Services:

- Repair

- Replacement

- Custom


How do I remove the dash cluster on my 2005 Silverado?

Watch the above video to see exact steps. Its a very simple process that can be done in about 20 min.

Be sure to first set the emergency brake and next disconnect your battery.

To remove the instrument cluster on a 2005 Chevy Silverado you must first disconnect the negative battery cable. If there is any chance of an air bag deploying you must put on safety glasses.

You must tilt down the steering wheel, turn signal lever and lower dash panel to access the screws that hold the cluster in place. After the screws are removed you will need to pull it out and disconnect all of the electrical connectors.


Can I drive my truck without the instrument cluster?

You can drive a vehicle without a working instrument cluster, but you won't have any information on your speed or fuel level. You may also be unable to keep track of the temperature inside your car if it gets too hot or cold because there won't be any information about that in your instrument cluster.


How do you know if your dash cluster is bad?

The easiest way to determine if your instrument cluster needs to be replaced is for it read "Service Engine Soon" and/or the Oil Life Monitor reads 0%.

The oil life monitor is driven by an internal counter that turns over once the engine starts. There are some other things that cause the "service engine soon" light to be on but 99.9% of the time it's because your instrument cluster is bad.


Where is the instrument cluster fuse?

The instrument cluster fuse is also known as the Fuel Pump Trip Circuit Fuse. It's under the hood on the drivers side of the engine compartment in a 2005 Chevy Silverado. Components that may cause the check engine light to turn on include:

1) Dead or dying gas cap. The OBDII connects to the fuel tank door and uses this as a ground to operate. If your gas cap is bad and not holding pressure or securely attached it will create problems with this system. Replace with OEM GM parts only.

2) Corroded/dirty terminals and wiring. This includes the connections at the OBDII and the fuel filler door (fuel pump trip). Clean with electrical contact cleaner or dielectric grease.

3) Bad instrument cluster. If you have replaced all of the above components and still get a check engine light on your Silverado, the instrument cluster may be bad.


How do you replace the instrument cluster on a 2005 Chevy Silverado?

First you have to replace the Fuel Pump Trip Circuit Fuse under the hood. Once that's done you need to get an instrument cluster from a junk yard. Remove the screws that hold it in place then pull on it to disconnect all of the electrical connections. Reverse this procedure once you get the new one in.


How do you reset the gauge cluster on a Silverado?

There is no fuse or reset for the instrument cluster in a 2005 chevy silverado. Only method to reset the check engine light and oil life is disconnect the negative battery cable.

You can pull off a little cover at the base of the steering column and there will be a button that says odometer/trip reset. You can press that to reset the check engine light and oil life. Chevrolet silverado 1500 model 2003-2006.


What controls the gauge cluster?

The instrument panel, which includes the speedometer and tachometer, is controlled by a device called a gauge cluster. Instrument clusters are responsible for relaying information about the vehicle's speed, oil pressure, coolant temperature, fuel level and other data to the driver. These clusters are typically made up of five different gauges. These gauges are digital speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, oil pressure gauge and temperature/voltmeter. The various types of instrument clusters may vary in shape and size.


Does changing the instrument cluster change mileage?

Installing a new instrument cluster will not change the mileage of your vehicle. The circuit board inside the cluster is what regulates the mileage. When you buy a used cluster, chances are it will not be programmed with your vehicle's specific mileage. The transmission temperature gauge may operate sluggishly after installation of a used cluster, but this will have no effect on the overall performance of the vehicle. Replacement instrument cluster installations can be completed in an hour or two depending on the year and make of your vehicle. The process is a little complicated, so it's best to tackle this job with the assistance of a repair manual. Review helpful diagrams as you work through the replacement process.


How to remove instrument cluster 2005 silverado?

To remove dash panels, first fold down visors and remove the torx screw. At this point, you should be able to lift entire panel off. To remove individual switches, start on the driver's side and remove the torx screw. Remove one clip on the indicator switch, press in gently on either side of the connector to release from back of panel. Do this for each switch. Now you should be able to lift entire panel off.


How do you reset the odometer on Chevy Silverado?

You can pull off a little cover at the base of the steering column and there will be a button that says odometer/trip reset. You can press that to reset the check engine light and oil life. The gauges that use this function are odometer, trip odo, mpg average and the check engine light. The transmission temperature gauge does not change when you reset the instrument cluster. Services like oil changes will be reset, even it's performed by an independent mechanic. Upgrade your truck's performance with these great parts!


How to reset the low fuel light on Chevy Silverado?

Chevrolet silverado instrument cluster can be reset by pressin odometer/trip res button at the bottom base of the steering column. The unit will display "oil life reset". To turn the low fuel light off, press and hold the odometer/trip button while you turn on the ignition to run position. The low fuel indicator will turn off when the gauge reads 1/4 tank. Search our online auto parts warehouse to find the best deals on replacement instrument clusters for your Chevrolet Silverado. Customer can save on shipping costs by shopping online for a local part.


How do you know if a cluster is bad?

When you begin to see faint lines or ghost images in your display, that's an indication that your cluster is beginning to fail. Ridges and vertical or horizontal bands that appear when you push on the display are another sign of impending failure. Important information that isn't being displayed could also be a sign that there might be a problem with the instrument cluster. Chevrolet silverado instrument clusters may also cost around $500 to be replaced.


How do I remove instrument cluster from 2005 GMC Sierra?

Remove the three bolts at the top of the housing. Pull back on the speedometer cable and it slides right out. Then remove "rest in peace" cover under the speedometer cable. Remove four bolts around outside edge of cluster. Then pull back on indents in the front left and right corners. Remove the three bolts that are now exposed to remove the cluster. Pro Tip: make sure not to screw up plastic clips when reinstalling the speedometer cable and rest in piece cover. Instrument panel is now free, carefully remove the wire harnesses (they are fragile) and then turn panel over. You can see two small screws that need to be removed to get circuit board free from housing. Be careful not to strip or break anything.


Does a used instrument cluster need to be programmed?

Yes, a used instrument cluster will need to be programmed by your dealer or repair shop. You can remove an instrument panel on some cars without programming codes, but that's not the case for all vehicles. Each car has specific information that needs to be programmed into a replacement instrument cluster when you install it. Instrument clusters that have been in storage for a long time might also need to be reprogrammed after they've been installed. Review helpful diagrams as you work through the replacement process. Required criteria for your vehicle needs to be programmed into the new cluster's software.


Can I upgrade my instrument cluster?

Yes, you can upgrade your vehicle's instrument cluster to one with a higher resolution display. Many companies offer after-market LED or LCD displays that you can install in your car. Some of these come with a warranty and can be programmed to work with your existing sensors and electronics, while others might require you to have it installed by a professional.


How do I reset my GM instrument cluster?

To reset the oil life reading in your cluster, turn the ignition to ON/RUN. Press and hold both Trip A and Trip B buttons at the same time until one of the displays flashes. Then let go of both buttons. The display should stop flashing once it has been reset. Review helpful diagrams as you work through the replacement process. To reset your cluster to the default settings, press and hold both Trip A and Trip B buttons simultaneously until ALL segments come on in all displays. Then let go of both buttons. The cluster should now be back to normal operating mode.


How do I remove the instrument cluster on a 2005 Chevy Silverado?

Remove the three bolts at the top of the housing. Pull back on the speedometer cable and it slides right out. Then remove "rest in peace" cover under the speedometer cable. Remove four bolts around outside edge of cluster. Then pull back on indents in the front left and right corners. Remove the three bolts that are now exposed to remove the cluster. Pro Tip: make sure not to screw up plastic clips when reinstalling the speedometer cable and rest in piece cover. Instrument panel is now free, carefully remove the wire harnesses (they are fragile) and then turn panel over. You can see two small screws that need to be removed to get circuit board free from housing. Be careful not to strip or break anything.


Is it possible to swap instrument clusters between GM products?

Yes, you can swap GM instrument cluster modules into your car, but you might want to do some research before buying a new cluster on eBay. Always check compatibility features first because some control modules aren't compatible with older models. One thing you'll have to do is reprogram the new cluster using the VIN of your vehicle.