Question about Mitsubishi Lancer
All these are controlled by one fuse, check the instrument panel fuse.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
SOURCE: its a 2000 lancer
I managed to fix my problem. I had a close look at the circuit board at the back of the gauge cluster and found a hair line fracture in one of the tracks. It was such a small fracture but it was there and was stopping my whole guages from getting power. I just scratched the blue coating off the track surrounding the fracture and soldered a small wire across the fratcure to join the track up again. It worked, was nothing major and didint take long at all. Saved me lots of money!!
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