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Denali cluster in my 2017 High Country L5P

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Just got it back and installed in about 10 minutes. Thanks to White Auto & Media...works perfect.attachicon.gif80885B32-AE8D-4C78-A17B-E42E2452AFFB.jpeg

Everything function like stock? Cost?


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Everything function like stock? Cost?

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Yes..Works exactly as stock, no issues at all. I believe programming costs can vary based on options or if the cluster is new or used. Mine was new and cost $249.00 to program. I found the cluster on Ebay for $150.00 as it had a small scratch in the lens. I replaced the lens with a new lens for $129.00. If you email White Auto with your VIN they will give you the part number for the dash that will work in your truck.
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I have a 2017 3500 LTZ diesel, so I would assume similar to yours

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I would think so..My part # was 84201628. I don’t know if the High Country vs. LTZ would make a difference (highly doubt there is any difference). If you decide to do this I would email them to make sure before spending the money.
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Simple install. Literally took 10 minutes. The dash hood piece over the cluster pops off, has those little spring clips. Then 3, 7mm screws hold on the front outer plastic followed by 4, 7mm screws holding the actual cluster. Unplug the old one and plug in the new one and re-assemble. I went through all the options and everything works just like it should.

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Nope..He said he can do it on any configuration. Just need the same year dash as the one in your truck. Again, if you email him with your VIN he will give you the part number to search for.

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Could someone please give me their contact.I am really interested in this, I hope they can do it for Middle East spec cars. Thanks in advance.


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2 minutes ago, corwest said:

So I'm assuming he programs the cluster lights to be green instead of the red from gmc's?

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I can’t answer that but he’s good at responding to emails.  The GMC’s changed to blue in 2017 so mine matches regardless.

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