I think the magic number is 70K but I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong. It did go back to 0 within a few a days; however, it is again showing 20 mph at a dead stop. Just call your favorite dealers service dept. But according to the dealer in he could not fix it he would have to charge us for it. While driving approximately 80 mph on normal road conditions, the speedometer failed without warning. Thanks I just recently replaced the stepper motor for my speedometer after fighting with the dealer over the fact that I was 5,000 miles over the extended warranty.
The current and failure mileages were 58,800. I've also found a few for sale thru ebay. I looked it up and of course it is very common but not under warrenty. My water pump went and from that point it hasn't acted up. How am I supposed to know if I'm traveling at a safe rate of speed? The contact stated that the speedometer works intermittently. Sometimes it would show zero mph when traveling at street or freeway speeds, sometimes showing less than or greater than perceived actual speeds, and currently for the last three days has stayed at zero regardless of any moving speed.
They are asking me to go to Chevy dealer and get it diagnosed paid by me and then they will determine if they I am eligible for this repair work. It started in may of 2009 and it corrected itself now we are facing the same issue. Sluggish going to 0 mph when stopping at a stop sign etc. If you notice that your instrument cluster is not displaying information correctly, you may also want to check the wires connecting the cluster to the car's computer or the computer itself. The engineers apparently assumed they had the problem resolved before the 2005 model, but they should have researched further to find out if other owners were indeed having a problem with the instrument panel. The dealer would repair the failure for free; however, the vehicle was excluded from the free remedy because the mileage exceeded the 70,000 requirement.
I am sitting about 80K right now. Like the lights this is the perfect chance to upgrade your cluster with colored needles, you can get them here: or Q. Took 4 days for them to call me. That doesn't seem quite right, my odometer still works right and the tachometer still works correct. They are asking me to go to chevy dealer and get it diagnosed paid by me and then they will determine if they I am eligible for this repair work.
I have a 95 wrangler that has been beat on hard and all of the electronics work even the old stock tape deck that has seen its fair share of water. . They won't do it anyother way 2. Remove them and you will then be able to angle the instrument cluster out. The vehicle was not inspected by a dealer; however, a mechanic advised him to replace the instrument cluster.
The consumer was informed the problem was caused by a wiring cluster in the dash. Had new tires put on truck, mentioned to the guy there. Rob McCoy - Robert M. After a few days, it returned to normal. If it's they're too difficult to remove you need to suck off more solder. Vehicle Problems Find out what , view the , or keep up-to-date with the.
I first became aware of the inaccurate readings while driving on the expressway at an indicated 72 mph. Anyway, around Christmastime of this year I noticed my tachometer wouldn't register at odd times. The vehicle has not been diagnosed by a dealer. Even when we were at a complete stop, speedometer read 65 mph. Then will peg to 130 mph when driven. He spoke with the dealer and they stated that the speedometer needed to be replaced.
Complaint Number: 10626944 Incident Date: August 1, 2010 Date Added to File: August 21, 2014 Description of the Complaint: The dashboard cluster went out, speed odometer stuck on 60mph. After a few days, it returned to normal. Complaint Number: 10199713 Incident Date: January 6, 2007 Date Added to File: August 15, 2007 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2005 chevrolet silverado. This appears to be a common gm truck issue and it's a common topic on the gm message boards as well. Chevy has been great helping customers past 70k either completely warrantying the cluster or covering the cluster and letting the customer pay the labor. The needle is stuck on 120 mph.