Question about 2003 Ford Freestar
Your instrument cluster may not be grounded. If your fuses are good, than you will need to check the grounding of the wires and make sure the wires are intact. A hairline crack in the ground will kill the cluster behind the cluster. You may have to use a magnify glass to see the crack. I would check the relays on the wires as well, not just in the fuse box, You will have to exhaust all your diagnostics to find the problems, You will need to check all your wiring and ground connections because I don't think its just one wire throwin all this off. The electrical system is fried almost like a reverse polarity on the battery which caused multiple things to short out
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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