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Date: 28/12/2016

By: Cytat

Subject: www.esii.pl

Best Regards

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Date: 06/10/2015

By: Phil

Subject: 2001 Suburban

Worked great, however my circuit board was damaged, the circuit film had broken lose from the board. I had to solder a jumper from the damaged pin to the next closest pin in the circuit. Twist a fine strand of wire around each pin and then solder. Then it is a good idea to insulate your repair as it could get against a different circuit. Coat the wire with some paint, nail polish, or battery terminal sealer(paint type).

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Date: 06/10/2015

By: Phil

Subject: Re: 2001 Suburban

We would like a donation button Chris! Get on from Pay Pal!

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Date: 01/08/2015

By: Perry

Subject: Silverado Odometer

This worked for my truck! Thank you!

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Date: 17/11/2014

By: Jim S

Subject: Odometer, PRNDL lamps

I am going to try your suggestions on my 2004 Silverado 1500, the odometer and PRNDL lights are very dim during daylight and barely change during the night. I will let you know the results, this is a very good article.

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Date: 05/11/2014

By: Tom In Texas

Subject: 2001 Suburban

Worked like a champ! One thing I noticed while I had this apart: The plastic spacer between the display PCB and the big PCB is the cause of this problem. The plastic touches the metal pin that needs to be re-soldered. This touching helps to break the pin away from the PCB, causing the problem here. I cut away some of the plastic so that it won't touch the metal any more, and I'm hoping that it prevents this problem from recurring.

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Date: 01/10/2014

By: BD

Subject: Thank you

It worked for me only took about a hour to strip down fix and reinstall it work's fine now, it was broke for about 5 mths and was driving me crazy. it was the same one you had. Thank You man you saved me hundreds to have it fixed!!

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Date: 05/06/2014

By: Len

Subject: 1999 silverado z71

Thanks so much for your help in fixing this problem! Saved me alot of money. Now if i could get my gas gauge to quit floating, id be in business. Lol. 239,000 & still going strong.

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Date: 08/05/2014

By: Denis

Subject: 2002 Silverado

Gotta love the internet! Garage was willing to send the cluster out for $200. Same pin as yours,poor solder job, and there was no silicone on mine. Thanks a bunch. 273,794 km.

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Date: 05/05/2014

By: Doug

Subject: THANK YA

After 10+ years guessing at my mileage I was only short 13,500! Thanks for the post. Fixed it in less than an hour. Actual mileage is 193,753 and still going strong.

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