Question about 1991 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
Fuses are good and I dont know how to get in behind the control panel can someone help with this.
The problem you are having is common on Chevrolet S-Series trucks with the digital instrument cluster. The only solution, will be one of the following: Remove and check and re-solder each of the cold solder joints on the printed circuit (and it still may not work), or remove the instrument cluster and send it to an automotive electronics repair facility. Your local dealership parts dept. can usually provide this service for you. As far as removing this particular cluster, you would be much better off purchasing a small repair manual at your local parts house. Haynes makes a great DIY manual, with pretty good detail. Hope this helps in some small way. (This comes from personal experience.)
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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