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FYI for 2003-04 Chevy Truck Owners

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cjac

Hi all,

I just received a letter from GM recognizing a defect in the instrument panel on 04 & 04 Chev trucks. It's related to gauges not reading properly, mainly the speedo and the fuel gauge. In my case, the speedo has been pegged at 120+mph for a while. I've been relying on my tach, both with boat and without, and the GPS speedo. If you're having the issue, see a dealer.

It's not an "official" recall, so the consumer needs to take action. Covers up to 70k miles, and lucky me, I'm just over that. Pressing the issue since I've had it for a while. Wish me luck.

Just wanted to pass along the info, as so often these letters are disregarded. If I save someone $500 even better.

Chris

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Just got mine done. What an "oh crap moment" when you look down the first time and see that you are doing 120 in a 55 mph zone. And I never received a letter. Just happened to see a letter for someone else and called on mine.

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