GM Instrument Cluster FAQ

We are able to look at any instrument clusters. When you begin the checkout process, you will choose your vehicle type from a dropdown menu. However, if you don’t see your car on that list, please contact us for your specific vehicle and we will be happy to let you know if we can repair it.

Step 1: Prepay for a full rebuild, and request your Free Shipping Label. You may also request a Free Shipping label if you are paying for individualized services rather than a full rebuild.

Step 2: Remove the cluster from your vehicle

Step 3: Send in your cluster.

You can also look here for a more detailed overview of our processes.

It’s not as difficult as you may think! To make it easy for our customers, we’ve made a series of videos showing how to remove your instrument cluster.

See Our Videos

Depending on where you’re located, shipping times may vary (anywhere from 2-6 days). However, we have a 2-3 day turnaround time on general repairs, and 24-hour turnaround with full rebuilds, starting from when we receive your cluster to the time we ship it back.

You bet. GMInstrumentcluster.com offers a lifetime warranty on all components that we fixed. Make sure not to mess with the tamper seal and void the warranty!

If you cluster is not repairable, we can offer new replacement options. However, it’s extremely rare that we won’t be able to fix your cluster. When in doubt, contact our specialists for to discuss your concerns at 801-607-5352.

Yes, we do, and you may contact us for details on the high volume discounts available.