A customer arrived at our workshop with a 2013 Chevrolet Sonic instrument cluster, experiencing an issue. He reported that the problem arose after his car battery went flat, and he attempted to jump-start the vehicle. Upon starting the car, he noticed that the Chevrolet Sonic instrument cluster’s odometer and trip did not display correctly. Instead, he saw only lines on the display.
After analyzing the issue, our team discovered that the jump-start had caused a glitch in the car’s electronic system, which resulted in the malfunctioning of the instrument cluster. We immediately took measures to reset the system and reprogram the instrument cluster with the SPS dealer tool, ultimately resolving the problem.
At our workshop, we take pride in providing efficient and reliable services to our customers. Our skilled technicians are professional in promptly and effectively diagnosing and resolving car-related issues promptly and effectively.
If you ever have car troubles, don’t hesitate to bring your vehicle to us. We’ll be more than happy to assist you in any way we can.