Instrument Cluster 2003 Chevy Tahoe (Lifetime Warranty)
Instrument Cluster 2003 Chevy Tahoe (Lifetime Warranty)
Instrument Cluster 2003 Chevy Tahoe (Lifetime Warranty)
Instrument Cluster 2003 Chevy Tahoe (Lifetime Warranty)

Instrument Cluster 2003 Chevy Tahoe (Lifetime Warranty)

Regular price
$329.95
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$229.99
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Gas and/or Diesel (lifetime warranty)

Replacement Instrument Cluster for 2003 Chevy Tahoe.

  • Free Shipping, Lifetime Warranty
  • Free VIN and Mileage Programming
  • Works On Gas or Diesel Trucks
  • Transmission Temp. Gauge Available

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Why take your truck to the dealership and spend a fortune when you can get an OEM quality replacement cluster online with a lifetime warranty? Not to mention upgrades like a transmission temperature gauge or red, blue, green, or white LED lighting.

Tahoe Instrument Cluster Replacement Process:

  1. Complete your order.
  2. We ship your programmed cluster - free shipping with tracking number. 
  3. Simple cluster install - plug and play!
  4. Activate Lifetime Warranty - ship us your old broken cluster with the free return shipping label.



Unlike other companies, we don't stop at "fixing" just one problem. Our engineers completely rebuild ALL parts, to dealership standards. Perfect for business or at home repair.

 

 



  • 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.


Why buy your Tahoe 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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Warranty

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

Limited 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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FAQ


2003 Chevy Tahoe Instrument Cluster Replacement

This Instrument Cluster Replacement covers the:

  • C Instrument Cluster
  • 2004 Chevy Tahoe Instrument Cluster
  • 2005 Chevy Tahoe Instrument Cluster
  • 2006 Chevy Tahoe Instrument Cluster

The Chevy Tahoe instrument cluster displays important information about the vehicle. It includes a speedometer, fuel gauge, and various warning lights. If the instrument cluster is not working properly, it can be difficult to know what is happening with the car. In some cases, the entire cluster may need to be replaced.

What causes 2003 Chevy Tahoe instrument cluster to stop working?

A list of issues can include:

The instrument cluster has completely stopped displaying any indications

  • It is difficult to see the speedometer while driving
  • The fuel gauge no longer works
  • The engine is overheating, but there are no warning lights
  • There is a check engine light on and the driver does not know what it means

In any of these cases, the instrument cluster will need to be replaced.

The process of replacing the instrument cluster is not overly complicated. It is important to make sure that the new cluster is properly installed so that all of the functions continue to work.

 

What are the symptoms of a bad instrument cluster for 2003 Chevy Tahoe?

The symptoms of a bad instrument cluster are a dark or blank screen in a vehicle, an odometer that flashes or does not light up, and gauges that have numbers but the needle does not move.

The symptoms of an odometer that flashes or does not light up can be a speedometer that does not work, an odometer that does not read mileage, and a fuel gauge that does not work.

The symptoms of gauges that have numbers but the needle does not move can be every instrument in the dashboard that fails to light up or show information.

The transmission temperature gauge in a vehicle may fail to work. The check engine light can turn on for no reason as well.

A gauge cluster may show erratic readings, which is not good for the vehicle in case it goes off the road.

 

How do you fix a speedometer on a 2003 Chevy Tahoe?

To fix a speedometer on a 2003 Chevy Tahoe, you need to replace the instrument cluster. Rebuild service can be done to fix the instrument cluster, but it is better than the instrument cluster is replaced.

A gauge cluster is a more cost-effective way of fixing it. The whole process of replacing a gauge cluster takes less than an hour. There is access to the instrument panel through a plastic cover down below on the passenger side, and also underneath the steering wheel.

 

How do you remove the instrument cluster on a 2003 Tahoe?

To remove the 2003 Tahoe instrument cluster, you need to use a 1/4 inch socket set and remove the screws. Then carefully pull out the instrument cluster by disconnecting the wiring harness. You need to be careful not to pull too hard on the wire harness because it may break off.

 

How much does it cost to replace an instrument cluster?

A replacement instrument cluster costs $340 on average, but ISS Automotive has the best competitive prices and quality on the market. This include lifttime warranty and free shipping for the best deal online for an instrument cluster replacement. 

A replacement cluster is easy to install and requires an hour to complete the work.

New stepper motors cost $200 and supplies such as light bulbs, switches, and buttons cost extra. The radio also has to be removed to access the wiring of the instrument cluster.

 

Does a used instrument cluster need to be programmed?

Yes, a used instrument cluster that is bought must be programmed after it is installed into the driver's dash. The mileage on the old instrument cluster will continue on the new instrument cluster.

The Tahoe instrument cluster can have the odometer mileage reset by using the existing VIN of the vehicle.

A used instrument cluster must be reprogrammed because it may have been in another vehicle. Installing a used instrument cluster can save money, but it is not recommended that one be installed without programming and testing.

 

How do I reset my Chevy gauge cluster?

To reset a Chevy gauge cluster, you need to disconnect the negative cable from the battery and wait about 10 minutes. You also have to wait for all of the dash warning lights to turn off before reconnecting the battery.

 

How do you know if your dash cluster is bad?

The light bulbs are an indication of a bad dash cluster. It is not lighting up or you have a dark screen. You can also check the gauges to see if they are showing any signs of moving.

The odometer display is blurry or half lit up. The speedometer will not move for the entire time, it only flashes. You have to check outside of your vehicle to see if your turn signals are working.

The circuit board is not getting power. You will need to check the fuses in your vehicle because there could be a bad fuse somewhere. A new cluster should work after that.

The turn signal switch is bad and needs to be replaced. When your turn signals are not operating correctly, this can be the problem. The only way to fix this is to replace the switch.

Odometer error is when it shows wrong information, you will need to replace the whole cluster because there is no way to fix this.

You have a bad instrument cluster and need to replace it. You can use this article to help you with the process of removing the old cluster and installing a new one.

The transmission temperature gauge is stuck when it will not move. You need to check the fluid levels in your vehicle because they may be low or empty.

The vehicle speedometer does not work or shows the correct information. You will need to change the speedometer sensor on the transmission because it is bad.

 

Why is my dash cluster not working?

The circuit board might be bad or there is a power issue. You can check your fuses for any missing or visibly damaged ones. If all of them are good, then you will need to replace the instrument cluster.

The light bulbs are not working in your cluster. You can check if all of them are connected and turn on. Then you can check to see if they are burnt out.

When the transmission temperature gauge is not working then you will need to change the transmission temperature sensor.

You can check for any loose or disconnected wiring in your vehicle. Make sure everything is connected and that the gauges are plugged into the instrument cluster. If there is no power, make sure you have all of the fuses in the vehicle working.

After you take out your instrument cluster, it will be clear what is wrong with it and how to fix it. Taking it out is easy and you can keep all of your gauges working by doing this.

 

How do you know if a cluster is bad?

To know if a Chevrolet Tahoe instrument cluster is bad if your check the gauges and it is not working correctly and lighting up. The odometer is not displaying any mileage can mean that it is bad and needs to be replaced.

The odometer is not flashing can be a sign that it might need to be fixed. The display is very light or completely dark can be a sign that the instrument cluster is not working.

Instrument clusters can go bad after time or if they are exposed to extreme temperatures. You can check the speedometer and see if it is accurate. If it is not, then you will need to replace the cluster.

The transmission temperature gauge is blinking and does not stay lit up. The engine temperature gauge is not working and stays at the lowest point. These are all signs of a bad instrument cluster and will need to be replaced.

The circuit board might not be getting the power it needs and this can cause an instrument cluster to go bad. You can check your fuses and make sure they are good. If not, replace them with a new one and see if it repairs the cluster.

If your gauge cluster is going bad you can do it yourself or take it to a professional. This article will help you replace the instrument cluster in your 2003 Tahoe. If you find that the cluster is not working after replacing it, you can check for a short or bad fuse.

 

How do I reset my Chevy instrument cluster?

To reset your Chevy instrument cluster, you will need to remove it from the vehicle and disconnect the battery. This will reset all of the gauges in your cluster.

You can reset your instrument cluster after you replace it. This will fix the problem of it not working properly.

 

Can you drive with a bad cluster?

It is not safe to drive with a bad instrument cluster. You could get into an accident or spin out on the road because your speedometer is not working. Make sure to replace your cluster as soon as possible and make driving it safe.

To make driving with a bad instrument cluster safer, you can purchase a GPS for your vehicle so that wherever you are, you will still have the right direction. You can put this wherever is comfortable and still, see the road.

You can also purchase a separate device to put in your vehicle, which will tell you your speed and location. This would be useful if your cluster goes out and you need to know where you are.

 

How do I reset my GM gauge cluster needles?

To reset the needles on a GM instrument cluster, you will need to remove them from your vehicle and disconnect the battery. This will take care of all of the problems you are having with your cluster.

To reset the needles on an instrument cluster, you can remove them from the vehicle and turn them off. This should fix the problem.

You can also check for a short in your circuit board to see if this is causing the cluster not to work. If you find one, you can purchase a new one at an auto parts store and install it yourself.