Any ideas what to check next. This can be done with a plain screwdriver and just a little prying and it will snap off. Now all you have to do is gently pry and pop the panel out. I asume that you have scoured the dash and cab insides for it. I did, and fortunately, it worked for me.
Here's a little more detail: My 2001 Suburban instrument cluster includes: message center; trans. Under the last two covers mentioned are three 10mm bolts which ha … ve to be removed. I have hundreds at home so I didn't mind replacing a few. When panel is loose it will lift off of window ledge. Since then I have always left out the dimming leads on my stereos and just dim them to my perfered brightness in the stereo menu once and leave it. If equipped with an automatictransmission, move the shift lever all the way down to last gear this will allow you room to remove the bezel.
All that's left is the cable that's attached to the lever used to open the door. I swapped the stock stereo to a higher end stock unit from a same year cadillac. I reset, pulled key and tried again and it started. While they were both delco parts, and the swapped unit plugged right in, the lights on the dash cluster flickered. Does anyone know the answer to this?? Delphi also may sue a supplier over one of the defective parts. I was doing about 50 trying to figure out my situation. Now your door panel is loose, you can lift it off a little but you will need to remove the wire from the tweeter.
First it was the fuel gauge malfunctioning, reading low fuel when knew good and well it was full. All units will be shipped FedEx Ground. You need to remove this wire or cover it, then replace the dimmer switch. Ok now you will need a small socket to take out three screws. This is the first time it has stayed like this. I know the guy installed an aftermarket Pioneer stereo and is making me think he did something wrong, because when the truck is running with the stereo on and I turn the headlights on the odometer and what gear i'm in go out.
If you don't have the manual, open your driver's-side door and look under the dashboard---sometimes these are covered by a panel on the underside of the steering wheel. Well got some really good new some good news and some bad news. We have had several people tells what needs to be replaced, bought new gauges, still doesn't work, bought new computor, speed censor. It is just an intermittent problem. Do the right thing, fix the problem in a recall and thank all your customers so that they may continue to fund your retirement. . General Chevy info, remove door hande bezel, remove armrest, remove window crank if it has manual windows.
This also happened on the previous fill-up, but that time the fuel gauge registered empty and then suddenly jumped up to the correct level. Note: nothing else is compromised headlights, radio, performance, etc. All illumination bulbs work, tach and speedo work. On your new radio wire harness, there was an orange wire marked illumination. Bankruptcy Court approval to release only an edited copy of the agreement. If anyone has any idea please help this is really starting to be a pain in the butt.
Or you can take apart the dimmer switch like I did and solder the two damaged spots on the board. Everything immediately comes back up until the next bump. Also replaced the battery in 2006 and then again yesterday so getting about 2 years 8 months on a battery I also noticed when the vehicle is turned off and the key is taken out of ignition, bright light icon and cruise control icon show up on dash. Ok maybe not eternal but I'd really appreciate it. The instrument cluster is the electronic brain behind the instrument panel on the dash.
Recently installed new radio and power amp. When your head lights go on this wire becomes energized, and shorts out your dimmer switch. Both work fine, but the dash lights don't come on when you have them active. There are no screws holding inplace. He said it shorts out and causes knock sensors to read wrong and all kinds of gauge cluster glitches. I guess it is only 2005 models assembled before January 1 st , 2005. Not sure about the trailer brake or hazard fuses.