Question about 1997 Pontiac Grand Am
Instument panel is not working. rpm, gas ang speedometer gauges not operating. were working but went out of wack and stop 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.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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