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2019 Silverado Swap Digital Speedometer Denali

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You’ll most likely have to order new from a dealer with the PN I had posted above. There aren’t enough totalled HC or AT4 our there yet to find a used one easily.

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We are working hard to line up a deal on new units like we do for the K2 trucks... hopefully should have something worked out shortly after we reopen :)

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hello buddy i just got a kmh 2019 chevy silverado do you know of a way to reprogram these to mph?

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It sounds be as simple as changing the units in the settings section. It will switch the speedo from kmh to mph.

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It sounds be as simple as changing the units in the settings section. It will switch the speedo from kmh to mph.

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This :)

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What would happen if you purchased a new technology package cluster and just replaced the standard cluster without having these guys “reprogram” it? 

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Still needs to be programmed to vin. It doesn’t just get assigned when you plug it in, and I believe your mileage will not show - and display ———

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There are several hundred in the field now. The biggest issue we've seen is someone ordered a Denali Style but liked the High Country style better so make sure you know what you are ordering :) 

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I have been looking online, does anyone have a shot of both cluster options?  I really like the Denali style but not the blue in the gauges. Like you said make sure I know what I want.

 

Trying to look up the part numbers and it is hard to see the actual cluster.

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On 3/14/2020 at 9:30 AM, Fermy said:

I have been looking online, does anyone have a shot of both cluster options?  I really like the Denali style but not the blue in the gauges. Like you said make sure I know what I want.

 

Trying to look up the part numbers and it is hard to see the actual cluster.

 

The coloring is based on the vehicle build so Chevrolet has a Color Scheme/theme and GMC does that matches the rest of the vehicle. The issue I was talking about was the physical bezel of the cluster thats really the main difference (And programming). The Deneli bezel does have the GMC logo on it which is something to consider. 

 

This is the high country style:

2020-chevrolet-silverado-2500hd-high-cou

 

This is the Denali Style Same cluster hardware different bezel

:2019_gmc_sierra_1500_denali_instrumentcl

 

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On 3/15/2020 at 2:15 PM, GTPprix said:

 

The coloring is based on the vehicle build so Chevrolet has a Color Scheme/theme and GMC does that matches the rest of the vehicle. The issue I was talking about was the physical bezel of the cluster thats really the main difference (And programming). The Deneli bezel does have the GMC logo on it which is something to consider. 

 

This is the high country style:

2020-chevrolet-silverado-2500hd-high-cou

 

This is the Denali Style Same cluster hardware different bezel

:2019_gmc_sierra_1500_denali_instrumentcl

 

I have a 20' Silverado LTZ with the 3.0 diesel, do I need a diesel specific cluster?  I don't think the gauge clusters are any different on the half ton models, but I could be wrong.  Thanks. 

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22 minutes ago, pewterliftedz said:

I have a 20' Silverado LTZ with the 3.0 diesel, do I need a diesel specific cluster?  I don't think the gauge clusters are any different on the half ton models, but I could be wrong.  Thanks. 

Indeed you do. Choose the 2020 Diesel Option on our website :)

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8 hours ago, GTPprix said:

Indeed you do. Choose the 2020 Diesel Option on our website :)

Can this be done on a Custom?

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Can this be done on a Custom?

Yes it can drop a line from our website so you understand how it all works :)

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