During its time, the second generation Yukon was the king of its class. The top-of-the-line Yukon Denali was featured in movies, pop music, music videos, you name it. This heavy-duty SUV could carry a load, tow the boat, and hold practically a whole soccer team. It could get you to the country, but handled well in the city. More second-generation Yukons sold than its other generations combined, and a lot of them are still on the road.
If you’re still driving your prized Yukon, you may have run into some trouble, though. Maybe your speedometer has started reading 50 mph while you’re crawling along in the school zone. Or maybe it just reads 0 mph all the time. Perhaps you noticed your fuel gauge occasionally tells you you’re out of gas when you just filled up 20 miles back. The beast might not have the greatest fuel economy, but you know it’s not that bad.
These are common problems for GM drivers, especially those whose vehicles were purchased during the 2003*, 2004*, 2005 or 2006 model years. Slowly, the speedometers, tachometers, fuel gauges, and oil temp, water temp and battery voltage gauges started faltering or just flat out giving up. Though GMC issued a recall of these devices in 2008, the expiry date for free service has long since run out for most of the models included in the settlement. The result? Yukon owners find themselves faced with the choice to pay the dealership $500-600 and more to get their instruments fixed or replaced or to just keep trying to guess whether they’re within the speed limit, have enough gas, or may or may not be about to overheat. As vehicles get older, these guesses get more and more dangerous.
Dr. Speedometer offers another option. We will completely rebuild your Yukon’s faulty instrument panel – including those gauges and meters that have not yet failed – for less than half of what a dealership would charge to fix just one. How do we do this? We source parts (new, OEM factory parts) from more than 2,000 trusted GM parts vendors. We have years of experience repairing these clusters, so we know exactly what to do and how to do it fast. We don’t mark up the cost of parts or labor (and you do a little of the work!), so you get the get the peace of mind that comes with knowing your instruments are functioning – and 100% guaranteed – at a reasonable price.
If the instrument cluster or speedometer on your GMC Yukon is broken, has an occasional mishap, occasionally, or has just stopped working a time or two, click on through to our order page. With our detailed instructions for removing your instrument panel and free, printable pre-paid shipping label, you can get your instrument cluster in the mail to us today. In most cases, we’ll repair it as soon as we receive it and will get it back to you in about a week.
You can also call my direct line 1-800-405-1056 or email me. I’ll get you back on the road in no time.
*Besides single-instrument failure, Yukons from the 2003 and 2004 model years may also experience total cluster power failure, causing all of the gauges to fail at once. If this is the case in your Yukon, please read this important notice concerning a possible additional charge: Notice Concerning Power Failure
Words of praise from Yukon customers:
Just received the instrument cluster for my Yukon, installed in 5 minutes. It works great! Great idea, excellent service! I will recommend you every chance I get.
2004 GMC Yukon
Just wanted to let you know that I received the instrument panel and everything is working great. Your web-site made the process very easy and saved me approx. $300.00 from what the dealership wanted to charge.
Thank you again for all your help…
‘04 Yukon Denali
The Doctor is in! Great service! 8 day turn around and works perfectly. You saved me over $400 versus dealer repair. Thanks, Doc.
E. Willingham Smith III
2004 GMC Yukon
Thanks for your help. Pulling and replacing the instrument cluster on my 2003 Yukon was a snap, and the instrumentation is performing accurately. You have furthered my suspicions of dealership service departments which describe the chore of getting to the unit as difficult, and further describe the need for calibration once the unit is reinstalled, at a price close to $600. You have my endorsement!.
Paul M. Crum