GMC Sierra owners have reported 36 problems related to instrument panel (under the electrical system category).
Tl-the contact owns a 2007 GMC Sierra. The contact stated that while driving 55 mph, there was smoke coming through the vents along with a burning odor. The air conditioning unit was activated when the smoke started pouring through the vents. As the air conditioner was turned off and the smoke ceased. The air conditioner was never used again. Most of the electrical lights on the instrument panel started to illuminate. The vehicle was taken to a mechanic who stated that the failure was caused by the throttle sensor or the catalytic converter. Neither the dealer nor the manufacturer was notified. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 74,616. Kmj.
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Speedometer is not working. It is sticking on 15 miles per hour or sometimes 60 miles per hour. Cannot tell what speed I am going.
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2004 GMC Sierra 2500hd, instrument panel started showing the rpm's to be in the red zone, then the speedometer would quite working, then the gas gage would quite working, then the temperature gauges quite working, to begin with it would happen periodically till it quite working completely. Took it to repair shop and had fixed. I know two other people that this has happened to also with the same vehicles only a year or two apart. All of which happened between 80,000 and 110,000 miles. Feel it is a safety concern, when I was doing 75mph on the highway and saw my rpm's pegged in the red and was in a hurry to pull off to the side of the road to prevent my engine from blowing up. Same with the temp gauges.
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The contact owns a 2004 GMC Sierra 1500. While driving approximately 30 mph, the contact applied pressure to the brake pedal and noticed increased stopping distance. The brake pedal depressed very easily when the pressure was applied. The failure occurred whenever the contact applied pressure to the brake pedal so he replaced the brakes himself. The failure continued so he notified an authorized dealer and was informed his vehicle was not included in the recalls associated with NHTSA campaign id numbers 05v043000, service brakes, hydraulic or 04v045000, service brakes, hydraulic. The vehicle was not repaired. He also stated that his speedometer and oil gauge on the instrument panel displayed incorrect improper readings. The failure mileage was approximately 35,000 and the current mileage was approximately 48,000.
The contact owns a 2005 GMC Sierra. The speedometer displayed inaccurate readings. An authorized dealer and the manufacturer were notified of the malfunction. The failure mileage was 60,000. The current mileage was 90,000. The vehicle identification number was unavailable.
Speedometer fails to work. It occurs continuously. Nothing has been done to fix the problem.
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Speedometer does not work on my 2005 GMC Sierra.
The speedometer on my 04 GMC Sierra sticks. Sometimes it reads 120 sitting still and mine is not the only one.
The speedometer began to display the wrong speed. (I. E. Sometimes 30mph at 50 or 60 or 120 at 45. The speedometer then stopped working completely. This all occurred over the period of 2 or 3 months.
Gm mailed a notice that the instrument panel in 2004 sieera trucks is subject to failure including fuel gauge, speedometer, etc. These can be very serious safety concerns depending on driving conditions. Gm has offer to extend the warranty to 70,000 miles or 7 years. This totally unacceptable from a safety standpoint.
Warranty extension on instrument cluster on 2005 Sierra 2500hd doesn't cover either truck I own because mileage is over the 70k limit. This problem has been around for years but service extension is no help now.
The speedometer on my 2004 GMC Sierra has been sporadically working. I have been researching it and have realized that it's not only my problem but a problem with GMC's and chevy's and I think that something needs to be done about it. I don't know what speed I'm going when I'm traveling down the road. It says 20 but I could be doing 80 for all I know. How many complaints does it take for you to make a recall?.
1. Started vehicle and speedometer indicated 50 mph. Speedometer increased as speed increased and decreased as speed decreased. When vehicle is turned off speedometer indicates 50 mph. 2. Unable to correctly determine true speed of vehicle. 3. None.
My 2004 GMC Sierra speedometer started acting up. Showing more than 20 mph over actual rate of speed and stuck at higher than zero when not driving. I feel it is ridiculous that I have to pay for replacement of this defective part when I have only 20,000 miles on my vehicle. Yes only 20k! I drive it infrequently but I am out of my 3yr warranty. This is a known problem that gm needs to address!.
The contact owns a 2003 GMC Sierra. The contact stated that the speedometer failed at various speeds. While idling at a stop sign, the speedometer would display 160 mph. While driving, the speedometer would remain at zero. The failure began on September 27, 2007 and has been occurring intermittently. The vehicle was taken in for repair on October 1, 2007. The current and failure mileages were 11,108.
Instrument cluster inoperative. 2003 GMC Sierra pick up. Received a letter from gm and due to the mileage they will not repair the cluster even though the vehicle is within the date range. The mileage listed is not reasonable since they only allow 10k per year. They were called when I received the letter at 104k and now at 111k they can only apologize for the problem but not fix it under warranty. I feel it is a safety issue but they do not. So I am having it fixed for almost 600 dollars with no help from gm. This should be a recall since they knew of the problem and it has occurred enough to warrant sending out letters notifying the owners of a potential problem.
The contact owns a 2003 GMC Sierra. While driving approximately 65 mph under any conditions, the vehicle's odometer fails. The failure occurs when the vehicle stops and starts. The contact would have to shut the vehicle off and restart it in order to make the speedometer work properly. The failure occurs intermittently. The dealer stated that the instrument panel needed to be replaced. The current and failure mileages were 27,051. The speedometer would not function after driving 45 minutes when on cruise control. Updated 06/13/07.
04 GMC serria speeometer erratic and work.
Speedometer failure while driving. . Had no idea how fast I was going, ended up getting a speeding ticket and had to get it repaired per police officer.
Instrument cluster malfunctions. Speedometer flutters and displays wrong speed. Gets stuck.
Speedometer malfunctions. Goes to 120 then 0. Stays at 0. Stops working. Skips around.
My 2004 Sierra's speedometer doesnt register speed properly. Sometimes it sticks at one speed like 60 or 70 regardless of speed, or will rest at a number when the vehicle is motionless and proceed upward as the vehicle increases speed. This is very unsafe. Sometimes it works for a while if I can get it to fall back to zero, but that doesnt last long. It eventually quits functioning properly.
I own a 2003 GMC Sierra with 39,543 miles as of 3/5/07. A couple of months ago the speedometer began reading erratically and has now completely quit working. In doing some research on the internet I see I'm not the only person that is having this problem.
Speedometer failure. Replaced at a cost od approximately $450. 00. Failure on my other truck. GMC 2500hd 4x4 in 2006.
I have an 04 GMC Sierra with about 80,000 miles on it now, I bought the truck with 70,000 and at about 73,000 miles the speedometer started sticking. I would be doing 65 and then I would come to a stop the speedometer would not go back down. So I started my truck repeatedly until the needle went back down to 0. About a week later it did it again, and again the next week, and now this has been the 4th time it has happened and it will no longer work. I read in one forum that there was supposedly a recall about it but I looked online all over the place and found nothing. This should definitely be a recall because this seems like a very common problem that is not very cheap to fix (550. 00 plus 150. 00 for programming) at my local dealership. I am in college I cannot afford that!!!! * and I also got a speeding ticket so thank you gm!.
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