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2004 Chevrolet Cavalier
accessories - interior Problems
CarComplaints.com Notes: Widespread instrument panel failure is a common and frustrating reality for many 2004-2005 Chevy Cavalier owners. They're often left in the dark when it comes to knowing how fast they're going, what their engine temperature is, or even how much fuel they have left in the tank.
The likely culprit is a series of bad "stepper motors" which control the gauges and are no longer covered under warranty. Think not being able to see your speed is a safety issue and should be recalled for all owners? We'd agree. Trouble is, apparently the NHTSA does not.
Worst 2004 Cavalier accessories - interior Problems
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- gauges gone haywire57
- speedometer stopped working41
- ABS, service and trac off lights stay on16
- cd / radio failed5
- dome lights surge while driving4
- instrument cluster malfunctions2
- no horn2
- both seats recline and will not lock back into position1
- cruise control kicks off when using turn signal1
- interior lights flicker, or don't work at all1
- key stuck in ignition1
- NHTSA: Electrical System: Instrument Panel67
- NHTSA: Seats6
- NHTSA: Equipment: Electrical: Radio/Tape Deck/Cd Etc.4
- NHTSA: Equipment2
- NHTSA: Equipment: Electrical: Anti-Theft Devices1
- NHTSA: Interior Lighting1
- NHTSA: Seats: Front Assembly: Recliner1
- NHTSA: Seats: Mid/Rear Assembly1
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