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Hello my name is***** am an ASE master tech, glad to help you with this.
Sounds like you have a bad connection somewhere, most likely in the cluster itself. I would start at looking at the cluster for this problem. Our shop uses a company that rebuilds these just for this kind of an issue. You would need to go to the dealer for this, as they should be able to program the mileage into the new cluster.
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