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When you set the instrument panel to metric the analog speedometer gauge goes to MPH. When you change settings to U.S. the speedometer reads KM/H. However the analog gauge doesn’t match the digital no matter what. I’ve taken it to the dealer and even tried dealing directly with GM. All I get is the run around. They’re blaming on the truck originally being sold in Canada although it was assembled in the US. Seems the cluster is malfunctioning to me. I clicked a couple pictures with the cruise set so maybe a little better understanding. Any ideas?
1) The instrument cluster between the tach and speedo resets along with the HUD. This happens quite often, I have owned the truck for a month now and it has done it about 50 times. I did find a service bulletin: #18-NA-324. 2) The movable air control door hidden inside the dash seems like it 'sticks' and won't position itself properly for what is asked from either the touchscreen or manual controls. For instance, when I remote start the defroster is automatically set. That works fine; but in order to get ANY flow to the floor one must first select the combo defrost/middle area to 'unstick' the door. You can literally hear the door unstick and move. You can then select to the floor for air flow and it will work. 3) On a smaller note, the right rear door does close properly; it seems like it rubs on something during the closure process; I'm sure that is just a simple adjustment that I will get done at the dealer during my first service.
Good afternoon all, I'll try to make this short and sweet so here's the deal: 1) Gauge Coolant Temp wont respond. 2) I have done the necessary test with the coolant SENDING unit. (Ground out to see if it pegs hot) 3) Used Voltmeter to check for signal to sensor which it has. 4) Checked Fuses. All are good. 5) Rest of gauges work. And here's where I'm stuck. Apparently the 1995's don't use stepper motors? (I haven't taken the cluster apart yet) But if they do, I cant find the right ones. Seem to be for 1996 or 1997 and up models. This cluster does not have a conventional pigtail that plugs into it but rather the cluster "sinks" into the adapter. The circuit board is flexible. Does anyone have any info on this type of cluster? If its a simple stepper motor or resistor I can fix it. (I think, lol) However, rather than replace with a refurbished or used one where the mileage will not be correct I'd rather upgrade to a digital cluster if possible or even swap in a later model chevy cluster. Anyone know if this is possible? One thing ive found out with the 95's is that it isn't very compatible with other models. Please ask any questions that you may have. I look forward to your responses!