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Josh11

2019 Silverado Swap Digital Speedometer Denali

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I was successfully able to swap out my Speedometer on my 2019 Silverado to the digital Cluster from a 19 Sierra Denali thanks to White Automotive & Media Services. It took a bit of effort to get to cluster out but looks Great. Highly recommended the swap

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Just now, Josh11 said:

I was successfully able to swap out my Speedometer on my 2019 Silverado to the digital Cluster from a 19 Sierra Denali thanks to White Automotive & Media Services. It took a bit of effort to get to cluster out but looks Great. Highly recommended the swap

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12 minutes ago, Josh11 said:

 

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Looks awesome. . .  and like a very expensive endeavor

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Tools Needed

7mm Socket

t-15 Torx screw driver

flat head to pry off plastics 

 

Step 1 remove Radio

- Remove Plastic Trim around screen it has 11 Clips

-The remove bottom cover by removing the 7mm screw next to driver pedal then pry off the plastic should have 3 clips 

-remove middle plastic should have 4 clips

-remove radio by removing 6 t-15 torx screws 2 located on bottom and 2 on each side

- pry off the back leather trim doesn’t have to be completely removed just enough to have room for trim attached to the cluster

 

Step 2 removing trims

- remove the top leather trim above the speedometer should have 6 clips

- remove side trim next to the driver door that access the fuses

- remove 2 T-15 screws that attaches to the switches

-remove the 3 7mm screws on the trim in front of the speedometer that are located on top of the trim

 

Step 3 removing cluster

-cluster has 4 7mm screws one on each corner

-unplug cluster and replace it

 

Step 4 Put everything back together ??

 

 

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37 minutes ago, Robwcormack said:

Looks awesome. . .  and like a very expensive endeavor

That's what I was thinking. 

 

Very cool, OP! 

 

For me, I don't think it would be worth the time or $ just to get the top 4 digital. 

 

Plus, I think the Silverado dash looks better than the Sierra dash. :cool:

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My Denali doesn’t have red/orange needles on the small gauges - blue level indicators in all 4. Doesn’t look bad but maybe should have used a High Country cluster just to delete that GMC logo on the lower right portion of the trim piece that goes around the tach. They look the same as yours, just more circular on the tach & speedometer.

 

Example of small gauges with blue level indicators:

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Example of HC cluster:

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They had it programmed for my Silverado so I’m guessing they used the gauges as the high and country. The Denali cluster was my cheapest option than purchasing a new HC one

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1 hour ago, Josh11 said:

They had it programmed for my Silverado so I’m guessing they used the gauges as the high and country. The Denali cluster was my cheapest option than purchasing a new HC one

That’s cool - all that matters is you’re happy with it.

 

Pretty amazing what those programmers are able to do to make the electronics work & change things up.

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Nice. I just got my cluster in, time to send to WAM.

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150 for the cluster and programming is 299 since it was used

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I really want a metric one for my truck, it's in mph and I think it's cool when it goes up to 200.

 

Where can I find one for a 2019 T1???

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Anyone know where I can buy this Uplevel 2019 Silverado cluster? A part number would be awesome.

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Looks like a High Country cluster to me.

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84592856 is the PN for the High Country cluster. You must have bought used at $150 - new they are anywhere from 430-700.

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