The manufacturer was notified of the failure. I have a Chevy impala2005 3. We have owned this car since new, and cared for it well. If there is no recall that will come out of these complaints I think we should boycott Chevy dealers until they make a recall. Luckily no traffic at the time. No, it will not reset to zero, your mileage will still display correctly after repair.
Turn it off and back on fine radios unlocked now no problems. The vehicle was not repaired. Also with your car we need the exact code numbers not code descriptions plus me might need a scan tool that can read live data of the sensors to diagnose the problem. Now just slowly and very easy pull the entire dash face plate out its also held in by push in clips. I am constantly reminding her when she leaves the house, to watch her speed. The manufacturer was notified of the failure.
The approximate failure mileage was 65,301. And because it wasn't registered and smogged, it was impounded this last October 30th,No Tags! For being only 6 years old, this should not be happening. I have no idea how fast I am going. Then my gauges went to hell. What if I have multiple gauges going bad, do you rebuild all of them? Heck, the buttons to my cruise control and such, or any other dials, cheap ass coating has been scrapping off for years to the point you can't even read what the heck the button control is for. First was my gas gauge, then my speedometer went and finally the temperature gauge went wacky. This thing started going all over the place and the tachometer was doing the same thing.
Your vehicle will still start up and run and drive like normal without the cluster installed — no problem! The vehicle was taken to the dealer. After searching the internet for complaints, I noticed that there were alot of them regarding the cluster to stop working in the 2005 Impala. The approximate failure mileage was 65,301. The problem is not constant but occurs mostly in damp or rainy weather. The vehicle was repaired, but the failure persisted. I just cannot afford to have it repaired and am pissed at Chevrolet that they have not issued a recall.
The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The check engine light does not come on. . The approximate failure mileage was 65,301. I have tried getting it fixed 2 times and spent a good amount of money, and it still to this day won't work. It takes a more advanced scan tool to read all the computers like the body control module cluster etc. The vehicle was taken to the an independent mechanic who diagnosed that the instrument panel was defective and needed to be replaced.
The manufacturer was contacted and offered no assistance. Once you have the dash off you can see the cluster, there are 4 screws that hold the cluster in also. Action needs to be taken with Chevrolet to resolve these issues. In order to maintain an accurate speed, he would have to utilize the cruise control mechanism. The problem started on a long trip. Luckily no traffic at the time. The failure mileage was 67,000 and the current mileage was unknown.
The contact owns a 2005 Chevrolet Impala. This is dangerous as I can not determine how fast I am going, especially in areas such as school zones where others are anticipating a certain speed and I am sometimes exceeding it unknowingly leading to some close calls with me almost hitting people who pull out in front of me; if I were able to determine my speed accurately and travel at that speed there would not be these close calls. The approximate failure mileage was 56,000. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure recurred several times.
And, yet all the morons working in all of these crap hole factories are in a heart beat willing to go on strike when many of these jobs are send to other international markets. It started messing up around 70,000 miles and the dealer says this is not a recall even though many people are having this problem with the Impalas, please help. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. It is absolutely ridiculous to think that a company that's had this many complaints and the same ones, that they wouldn't take action, such as a recall and correct the problem. At about 80,000 miles it would say I was going 80 or 120 mph when it was actually about 60mph. When im parked the rpm is redlined, the speedometer reads 90 mph , and the gas gauge reads straight north above the full line.