I have a 2008 Aveo that I have had significant problems with odometer not reading correctly. I had the original cluster replaced under warranty and they installed a new one in it however it was the wrong cluster, it was missing the tire pressure monitoring from it so they had to install yet another cluster under warranty. Now this cluster is doing the exact same thing that the first cluster did....at times you cannot read the odometer due to a bad connection I would assume. I called the dealer and asked them if this would be covered under warranty since the problem first occurred under warranty and they have not fixed it properly. It seems absurd that even on gage cluster would need to be replaced, let alone two the exact same problem. Is anyone else having this problem? I am hoping that someone from Chevy Customer Service will chime in on this so I do not agree with what the dealer is telling me. I am sure this part is expensive if I have to pay for it out of pocket and I am sure that a car is worth less if the odometer is not working correctly.