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1 Qty. GM Stepper Motors for Instrument Gauge Cluster Speedometer Dashboard 03 04 05 06 Yukon Envoy Tahoe Silverado Cavalier Impala Sierra Avalanche Monte Carlo

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  • 1 Set of Stepper Motor.
  • A direct replacement for the XC.168, X15.168 and X25.168 commonly found in 2001-2006 General Motors instrument clusters.
  • The stepper motor is a patented stepping motor design, which has a 4 gears design construction in order to guarantee high efficiency, high position accuracy and a robust gear system. The unique gear shape design reduces friction and noise. A special material is used for each component to increase liability & safety.
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1 Qty. GM Stepper Motors for Instrument Gauge Cluster Speedometer Dashboard 03 04 05 06 Yukon Envoy Tahoe Silverado Cavalier Impala Sierra Avalanche Monte Carlo + Elenco Electronics ST-12 Soldering Tool Kit + Alpha Fry AT-31604 60-40 Rosin Core Solder (4 Ounces)
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Technical Details
BrandBLS
Item model number29-02
Manufacturer Part Number29-02
  
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ASINB004PNEJYQ
Best Sellers Rank #21,118 in Automotive (See top 100)
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Date First AvailableFebruary 26, 2011
  
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Product Description

Feature:

Wide working voltage: 5~10V.

Low current consumption: less than20mA, 5V, 2X100mW.

Wide working temperature: -40~105℃.

Extremely robust construction: Ф30mm X 7.6mm.

High μ-step resolution: 1/12°.

Directly driven by a μ-controller

NOTICE:

Installing these motors you need good soldering skills, professional equipment and electronic knowledge working with delicate PC boards. You the buyer are responsible for installation charges and any damages incurred from the installation of the stepper motors.

Compatibility:

These stepper motors are a direct replacement for the XC5.168, X15.168 commonly found in 2001-2006 General Motors instrument clusters.Includ following automobiles.....

ASCENDER

AVALANCHE

BRAVADA

CAVALIER

DENALI

DURAMAX

ENVOY

ESCALADE

H2 HUMMER

HD2500

HD3500

IMPALA

LESABRE

MONTANA

MONTE CARLO

RAINIER

RENDEZVOUS

SIERRA

SILHOULETTE

SILVERADO

SUBURBAN

SUNFIRE

TAHOE

TRAILBLAZER

VENTURE

YUKON



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Has been in there for about a month and is working fine.
Danielle Andres
I would recommend have an additional set of hands to help removing the solder from the old motors with a solder sucker while the heats up the old joints.
wes123
Worth the money if you are electronically and mechanically inclined.
Scotty

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. Meckstroth on August 17, 2011
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This part did the trick. The hardest part was not unsoldering and resoldering it into the circuit board, the hardest part was removing all the gauge needles, to get access to the back of the circuit board. I figured out the trick to do this without damaging the instrument panel surface or the needles. Stick cereal box thick pieces of cardboard under the needle on both sides, to protect the surface under the needles. Then use a kitchen dinner fork to work in slowly and WEDGE lift the needle off it's shaft. Do not PRY with the fork, and go very slowly. It will suddenly pop when enough vertical wedge force is achieved. I'd estimate it takes about 20 lbs of force. You can get detailed instructions with a search on YouTube for the whole repair, the rest of which is easy.

This was a great bargain, ~$6 plus shipping for an auto repair that is costing hundreds of dollars at the dealers. It is working perfectly now.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John Chlystun on November 3, 2012
i bought one of these for an irradicate speedometer on my montecarlo and it broke within 3 weeks. these may work for a month or so but are actually much worse then the original defective GM ones. avoid these at all cost! they will most likely break within a year and you'll have to take the cluster apart for another repair. get the white GM ones they sell on ebay. their are numerous sellers selling them for around $5 apiece. i did and hav'nt had any problems since
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JL on June 13, 2011
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I have reviewed and pondered buying this for years as my speedometer would not work correctly in my isuzu ascender, i finally bought this motor and wow very easy to install and works perfectly, was spot on with gps speed.
one tip mark your old gauges needles with a mark on masking tape on speedometer face to set up calibration for new motors. Awesome deal!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jared on May 18, 2012
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Arrived in a padded envelope. Works like it should. I didn't buy a soldering iron, but the local computer store charged me a few bucks to change the motor once I had the cluster apart. This fixed my speedometer in my 2004 GMC 2500hd Duramax
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Green on December 22, 2011
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My friend took his 2003 GMC Pickup to the dealer and was quoted $500 to fix the failed speedometer. I had my 2005 GMC Yukon XL speedometer go out and saw some Youtube videos that had walk-throughs to repair the stepper motors. These worked great. For $20, I fixed both of our vehicles.

If you own a soldering iron and have even basic soldering ability you can do this task yourself.
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By Kathy Mogridge on March 24, 2014
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Works good, however if you are going to change 1 change them all since the gas gauge went shortly after..
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I replaced all of the stepper motors on my 2005 Yukon XL after our speedometer started acting funny. It was a fairly simple to do while following an online tutorial someone on an automotive forum had posted. You just need to be half-way confident in soldering. I would recommend have an additional set of hands to help removing the solder from the old motors with a solder sucker while the heats up the old joints.
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By PappyL on February 28, 2014
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Replaced on my 05 Yukon Xl. Was preteen easy to put in. Just some soldiering and unsoldering. Would buy again
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