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There a re a possibility of 4 different fuses that supply voltage to the cluster,make sure they are all good. UNDER HOOD FUSE BLOCK
They are IPC.DIC 10 AMP SEOB1 15 AMP
IGN E 10 AMP SEO IGN FUSE 10 AMP
Check ground G200 located
In the HVAC Harness, on the Right Side of the I/P Near the A-Pillar Below the I/P Top Cover
In the I/P Harness, On the Left Side of the I/P Near the A-Pillar Below the I/P Top Cover
If all these are good it is very likely that you have a faulty instrument cluster.
To repair this it will need to be sent to an AC Delco Repair facility.
Turns out cluster was dead. I checked out everything you suggested and found a wrecking yard that had a cluster. They let me plug it in and it worked. Turns out the GM had a recall of sorts on mine and other GM vehicles of certain years on instrument clusters. Since my mileage was over they at least are replacing the cluster and I pay the labor to install.
You got me going in the right direction and I finished it off with some computer research. Thanks LJ