CRM Mitchell1 2023-11-23T23:01:45+00:002006 Chevrolet Silverado CRM Mitchell1 2023-11-23T23:01:45+00:00
- Customer states the vehicle will not start and has no power. Tech verified concern. New battery and instrument cluster are dead. Tested battery and found 1.9V. Charged battery overnight and rechecked – 100% life. Disconnected alternator and allowed vehicle to sit for 6 hours. Battery still drained. Tech tested draw on instrument cluster fuse and noted .20-.50 amp draw. Removed fuse overnight and battery held at 12.26V. Recommend Instrument cluster repair. Customer authorized. Removed instrument cluster and had tune-up performed under gauge specialist sublet. Repair specialist verified draw from cluster and after repairs, verified no further draws could be found. Monitored voltage and amperage draw over the course of 4 days – Battery charged consistently at 12.85VDC and maintained standard reserve of 12.2-12.3VDC. Reinstalled cluster and monitored voltage. Battery at 12.8VDC, overnight was 12.35VDC and started with no problems the following day. No further issues can be found or duplicated at this time. Reevaluate if concern pursues.
- INSTRUMENT CLUSTER – Remove & Replace – [Includes: Programming.]
- CLUSTER TUNE UP
Michael C. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/22/2023