Unfortunately there is not much you personally can do. The only thing you can do is pull the cluster and make sure the connector is secure. Don't disconnect it though. Sometimes if you disconnect it you have to recode and realign it (electronically). Although this is not always the case, it can happen. Other than that, it's something best left to the dealer. The late model clusters are not serviceable, meaning you can't open them to do anything. Usually there is a problem with the circuit board connections internally and under warranty, they are always replaced. If you have any kind of warranty, it should be covered. A dealership is the only one who can replace the cluster correctly because the info. from the old cluster has to first be downloaded and then be transfered to the new cluster once installed and then it has to be coded. If you want to try it, check the connector on the back, if not then make the decision to replace it. It's not cheap.
Hope I have helped
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