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Re: instrument panel is not working
Found the problem! The main cable going to the
under-hood fuse box was rubbing against the metal bracket that the fuse
box mounts on. Can we say poor electrical layout?? It had rubbed the
sheathing off the cable and had broken one wire (the one supplying power
to the instrument panel.) So I fixed that and cut a section of rubber
hose and put it over the bracket to help prevent such events from
occurring in the future.
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There is likely a bad electrical connection at the back of the instrument panel. Remove the instrument panel, unplug the connectors, clean the contacts on the plugs and the panel with rubbing alcohol and q tip, and reinstall.
It sounds like you have a faulty Instrument panel Cluster (IPC) Your local dealer will have to confirm this as independant shops don't have the scanner capabilities for this diagnostic procedure.
I hope this helps.
well the issue is youe enitre gauge cluster i do understand that your speedometer is working but it is a cable speedometer not electronic like everything else in the gauge cluster so first i would recomend checking the voltage getting to your gauge cluster then just replace the guagecluster they are really cheap i a salvage and not hard to install at all but the cluster itself is not very comon to go out so make sure you check voltage to it first i wouldnt want you to go through buying and replaceing the cluster and that not fix it