On the instrument cluster.
The instrument cluster is also the body computer.
You have to replace the instrument cluster in most cases.
As per www.totalrecallinfo.com there is only a recall on tires for this model.
the speedometer in my 2004 Montana kept sticking. showing I was going 50mph when I was sitting still. the instrument cluster turned out to be at fault and had to replace the entire cluster as it is one unit.
I will be able to answer that questions in 2 weeks. I have a 2001 in Florida that needs repair and I have a 2004 in Ohio. I recently replaced and repaired instrument cluster in the 2004, so when I get to Florida, I wll try to trade the parts out.
BEHIND THE LEFT SIDE OF INSTRUMENT PANEL ABOVE DATA LINK CONNECTOR
Very aggravating problem with a simple answer thanks to my wife! First, you must have the time showing in the instrument cluster of your dashboard (the digital display in the center of the dash showing the odomoter, temperature, etc.). If the time is not showing in the instrument cluster, then look/feel for a small button labelled 'BC' on the end of the turn signal indicator lever. Push this button to scroll through the options for the instrument cluster and stop when the time is displayed. With the time showing in the instrument cluster, twist and hold the right knob on the instrument cluster until the time starts to change. You can twist it forward or backwards depending on which way you want to set the time. This sets the time in both the instrument cluster and the radio.
That is were all your gauges and lights that come on when you turn the key on is. You look at it all the time to see how fast you are going.
If it's an automatic; Go to subaruoutback.org, click on Forums, under General > Do-It-Yourself Illustrated Guide > Replacing Lights on the Instrument Cluster.
The stepper motor is located in the instrument cluster. The stepper motor is what turns the needles in all the gauges.
Grab the top of the instrument cluster surround and pull towards you. It should pop right out. You now have exposed the instrument cluster. There are two screws on each side. Unscrew them and pull the cluster out. On the back side you will see the light sockets. Twist the one that is bad to the left and pull out the socket. pull out bulb and replace.
MySQL Cluster was created in 2004-11.
It should be located on the dash just up and left of the sterio near the instrument cluster
Wiper control is a joint effort between the instrument cluster and the TIPM (the computer that is oart of the under hood fuse box).Wiper control is a joint effort between the instrument cluster and the TIPM (the computer that is oart of the under hood fuse box).
Yes. The General Motors GMT360 platform vehicles that includes the Ascender have had instrument cluster issues with the stepper motors. You can learn more at www.trailvoy.com All the answers for your Truck
the headlamp switch is an input to the instrument cluster. The cluster the sends the signal across the communication wires to the fcm (the computer on the side of the underhood fuse box). The fcm then turns the lights on.
You have to pull the gauge cluster out. On the back of the gauge cluster there will be little gray bulbs that twist in, turn them to the left and pull them out. Be carefull not to break the clips on the dash while removing it, or installing it.
We have full instruction on cluster removal and how to replace the stepper motors for the gauges. Use the search button "how to replace your stepper motors" www.trailvoy.com
Insert the end of the ignition key into the little black slot near the odometer on your instrument cluster.
Usually when the gauges jump around there is some kind of computer problem. Your problem can lie in the body control module or in the ECM. Without looking at it, that is a tough call. The instrument cluster could be bad too. Those are the things I would check first.
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