Did you replace it with the correct cluster ? the later ones are not compatible. You can replace the circuit board with a new one
The mileage is stored in the BCM not the cluster, so you can replace the cluster without changing the odometer reading.
how do i reset the sensor on the instrument cluster on a 1984 corvett?
I had read that what you have to do is after you replace the cluster try to start it once. Leave the key in the on position for at least 10 minutes and that is supposed to reset the anti-theft system and it should start and run fine.
this is my own answer,no airbag will be ok, the only problem is you have to reprogram instrument cluster and ford are the only one that can do this at a cost of £119.00+ vat.
What sensors??? Tire pressure sensors? You can reset the tire pressure sensors through the instrument cluster
remove cluster fuse to reset cluster....if still not working properly replace cluster
depends on the year if you have the trip computer on the dials display then its normally on the far left hand side of the instrument cluster just below 2 other buttons, up and down for the brightness of the cluster etc. mines a 2001 and is in this place...
The reset button below the instrument cluster resets the trip A and trip B mileage counter www.lextechautomotivellc.com
you hold down the black reset button located on the instrument cluster for 4 seconds, then scroll down to the tire reset, let go of the reset then hit it for each tire.
check the owners manual. if you have one with the nav display in the center of the dash you will reset it through there. There is no oil change light in the instrument cluster.
Just had to replace the instrument cluster on my 1887 Sebring LXi because the odometer and tach were not working. Now the temp'direction display shows CCd code and if press "step" displays elapsed time, then off. Is there any way to reset this intrument to show temp and direction?
you usually reset the computer by removing the negative battery terminal for about 5 minutes, then replace it
If you have already replaced the belt and the light is still on you will need to remove the lower and upper dash panels and then remove the instrument cluster which holds your speedometer and other devices. The reset button for the timing belt light is behind the cluster.
The reset knob is located under a rubber grommet near the instrument panel or computer. Simply remove the grommet and use a screwdriver or stick to depress the knob.
Yes, just replace the battery. It will not harm the computer (ECU) and you will only have to reset the radio presets and the clock.
It may be a button to push or a screw to take out of one place on the back of the instrument cluster and screw it into another place on the back of the instrument cluster. Izuzu was real big on doing that back in the day.
The computer had to be reset. Had the same problem and thought it was a sensor but only took the computer being "reset" by the dealership. Cost $200 in Dallas area. The problem is not with the computer. this is a common problem on all 03-06 GM Vehicles if you wanna get it fixed Just go to www.speedomtergaugerepair.com They fixed my instruments cluster on my 2004 Chevrolet Silverado. They charged me $150 to replace all the gauges in the cluster. here is the address in case you wanna check it out: www.speedometergaugerepair.com
this should of been done by your dealer if you still under the maintence program. however if you do it yourself its fairly easy. first turn the car on and the key to position two, then hold down the trip button in your instrument cluster down, hold it until a little red microfilter symbol appears in the middle of you cluster, let go of the button and press and hold it again. then a reset will appear in the cluster. let go and push the button again. this should reset it. check in your service data through the i drive and verify it did reset. turn off the car and your done.
To reset the ECM remove the battery cable (s) for a few minutes. Replace cable. ECM has been reset.
Have to replace the brake sensors once you change the brakes and the computer will reset itself after a few minutes.
To reset the dash cluster in a '96 Pontiac Grand Am remove both battery cables for 30 seconds. Wait for the theft lock icon to disappear then turn the car back on. The dash cluster should reset.
AnswerThe 98 Pontiac stores the odometer in the instrument panel cluster. The odometer can be reprogramed either by the dealer or there are companies that will re-program it for you (seach google, there are lots). Or you can buy the odometer programmer for about $1000 but its cheaper to just send the cluster module in. (not only is it legal to reset the odometer; its required in most states when you replace the engine. The odometer is required to reflect the mileage of the engine *NOT* the vehicle)
Physically it will fit in but the 91 had more indicator lights on it than the 88 did, the inflate/reset light for example for the airbag
Insert the end of the ignition key into the little black slot near the odometer on your instrument cluster.