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Cluster Swap

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Any one know if this will work?  Know the part #?

I have seen and am considering the the denali cluster swap.

How are you guys getting the html w/pictures to work in the forums?

here is the link to the Avalanche Cluster currently on the front page of GM-Trucks.com



by chane at 1:46 am on June 1, 2001)
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Hmm, from what i've heard, it should work very nicely.

If you want to find out the part number, either go to your dealer and ask the parts counter what it is. I doubt they will know. You might have troubles getting one for a few months also, becuase the NorthFace editions are just starting.

One way i've found of, that works great, and has the best pricing BY FAR, is http://www.gmpartsdirect.com

Try going there, and sending them a parts request or an email. They'll tell you, and if they have it, it's the cheepest place you can get it.

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I ordered the standard 3/4 ton cluster on friday from my dealer. I should have it wed or so. I just wanted the trans temp gauge. I have read that it is a direct plug -in replacement and the gauge will work because all GM auto's have a temp sensors in the pans.

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