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Has anybody noticed there speedo and other needles on the guage cluster jumping around after they shut off their trucks. I noticed mine the other day when I was getting the oil changed. Speedo jumped up to about 10 and the other needles moved just a hair. I also have experienced getting crushed by the driver side seat. (I know why this happened, My 2 ton @ss sometimes hits the seat adjustments.) Just wondering if anyone else has noticed this. Don't think that it's anything to worry about.
 

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ttammunek04 said:
Has anybody noticed there speedo and other needles on the guage cluster jumping around after they shut off their trucks. I noticed mine the other day when I was getting the oil changed. Speedo jumped up to about 10 and the other needles moved just a hair. I also have experienced getting crushed by the driver side seat. (I know why this happened, My 2 ton @ss sometimes hits the seat adjustments.) Just wondering if anyone else has noticed this. Don't think that it's anything to worry about.
There's a troubleshooting procedure you can do that will check the gauges for any faults. I'll look it up this afternoon in the service manual and post the procedures for you.
 

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JetTech said:
ttammunek04 said:
Has anybody noticed there speedo and other needles on the guage cluster jumping around after they shut off their trucks. I noticed mine the other day when I was getting the oil changed. Speedo jumped up to about 10 and the other needles moved just a hair. I also have experienced getting crushed by the driver side seat. (I know why this happened, My 2 ton @ss sometimes hits the seat adjustments.) Just wondering if anyone else has noticed this. Don't think that it's anything to worry about.
There's a troubleshooting procedure you can do that will check the gauges for any faults. I'll look it up this afternoon in the service manual and post the procedures for you.

Thanks jet tech.
 

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I noticed mine doing the same thing pretty much the first time I shut it down. I've seen other vehicles do the same thing so it didn't bother me too much.
 

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It's normal. All the gauges are electronic. The "jump" in the needles after stoping the engine is caused by the power supply voltage bleeding down.
 
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