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No dash lights or gauges

Just put a new batery in 2 days ago.Had no problems untill now . went to start the 1998 plymoth grand voyager and had no instrument lights or gauges.checked the fuses all good .

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Make sure the battery trminals are clean, go buy a battery post cleaner, and clean the connections, if this does not help, some thing happen when putting the new battery in, electrical wise....

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