. Your speedo will show a slower speed than you are actually traveling, and your odometer will show less miles. Repeat these steps for the remaining stepper motors that you choose to replace. Cant wait for it to come out with one for 2004 trucks soon. This is for standard cab, ,, but the ext. Also, do not touch anything else on the board with the hot iron and 3.
Removing the speedometer gauge from the panel it pulls straight after undoing the screws , cleaning the contacts, bending the contacts in a bit so they were touching the pins better, and re-inserting the speedometer fixed the issue. Second to last resort may be to see if my local dealer can do it for a nominal fee. I bet they do warranty work on lifted trucks too. If not then could be the fan, fan motor, or an electrical problem possibly with the heater controls. We love when auto parts experts come to our site and we love when car parts newbies come to our site.
And to put some salt on that wound. The speedometer and odometer is operated by a cable that connects into the transmission. What info will the dealer need to recal the speedo? I have thought about doing this but do not have the time I had an ol' chevy I had to replace the speedometer,. The stealership can't do it either. I am not alone in this! One, so I won't get caught speeding inadvertently , and two, so the mileage doesn't rack up faster than it should. There are I believe, 5 different speed sensors on the truck and I don't know which one is not working. Replaced the resistor, relay, and motor.
Make a copy of the completed form for the customer to keep in the vehicle along with their Owner's Manual. This is going to burn a lot of folks who are going to have these issues with the known defect only because of their timing. Next, pry upwards on the gauge base by pressing down on the fork handle. Or supplier's Technical drawings or info. What i really don't understand is,when i called my local dealer to get it fixed, they said they have to have the truck there to remove old cluster so they can order new one?? Put in a new one. I guess I'm going back to the dealer. Pry firmly but slowly and the gauge will slide upwards and off the shaft.
Oh, they would fix it if it were considered a safety problem. Because one plastic post is larger than the other each motor can only be installed one way eliminating any worry about installing them backwards. Why should I have to pay for these cheap parts? They just need to select the right size and input the new setting in. My speedometer says 55 and speed limit on this highway is 70 mph. There maybe two different part numbers one is with center counsel and one is without center counsel. On a newer model it might be a malfunctioning sensor or bad electrical connection. Well you got ten years out of it.
If not, go to the brake light switch located at the top of the brake pedal. If it isn't, I would inquire with the dealer before the purchase or maybe somebody elso on here has info about aftermarket programmers that will do the same thing. Will stay at last highest speed at stop then continue to rise from that point as my speed increases to traffic flow speed, speedo suggests 140 and up kph. Speedometer in any quantity plus upgrades for your gauges. Found out Chevy would fix it up to 70K, i got 74K!! My My vehicle has been maintained by them, I must have spent thousands over the last 5 years in bringing it to them for required servicing. I wouldn't purchase another Chevy on the mere fact that they don't take care of their customers.
Try not to apply more heat to the board than is necessary to quickly melt the solder. Provide all information required on the form. Electonics or where would I look for mechanical faults? I had to pay for this info when this problem happened to me several years ago, but I feel that people should not have to be taken advantage of when it comes to the repair work of the car. I wanna goto your dealer. And if that's the case, it's probably your starter, you can go buy a Chilton's Auto Manual and do it yourself, or you can take it to your local mechanic. Wish I could be of more help Did you replace just one motor or all of them? Why did they never check this? Now remove the motor from the circuit board by pulling firmly on the motor body being careful not to damage any other components on the circuit board such as the lamps.
Pro Comp was built on the premise of developing the best value-based suspension systems and accessories possible for off-road enthusiasts, and is highly regarded as a leading aftermarket manufacturer. I was already pulled over for speeding when I thought I was under the speed limit. These marks will give you a reference point to set your needles back exactly where they were originally after you replace the stepper motors, ensuring accurate readings upon reinstallation. This may take a couple tries. I had other problems with the tach and fuel gauge as well. Just a suggestion for anyone else with this problem. Will they make any adjustments to the trans shift point or will that be automatically done by the computer? I have a new 2011 1500 Silverado.
Finally decided to use a test light to check for power. These are the years that you will need to find and that will work in that truck. No, not that I'm aware of. After installing the motors flip the board over and bend the wires over slightly to help hold the motors to the circuit board while soldering. I used the local dealer twice for oil changes in 2006 and they still are going to replace it at no cost. If you need to grab a sharpie with a thick enough tip so that it is the same size as the point of the needle so you don't mess this step up. One, so I won't get caught speeding inadvertently , and two, so the mileage doesn't rack up faster than it should.