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My honda civic r p m meter won't move or my gas meter won't move either, matter of fact all it won't move even when i gas it, it all started when i remove my alarm wired and this problem started, why? and how can i fix it?

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  • luna_22_2000 Oct 12, 2008

    I have a Honda civic 2005. Every so often (more often now than before) when i turn on the ignition the dash meters don't kick in. Sometimes they come on later, sometimes they cut off (rarely). The car is starting and driving fine, and it is happening more now than it did in the warmer months.What could this be?

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Hi its proberbley no coincedence if it started when you removed your alarm start there first of all when you removed the ground was there any other grounds attatched if so check they are making a good contact the other possibility is you shorted a wire and have blown a fuse or have you been messing near the dash when pulling wires out if so you may have pulled on a loom that connects to the clocks and its come loose bestof luck yates210456

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