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Gauges don't work on 2004 Honda Civic EX

The speedometer, tach, and gas gauges on our 2004 Honda Civic EX sedan don't work. They stay at 0 and E. Is this a fuse problem, and if so, do you know which one? Thanks.

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  • jbull Jan 09, 2009

    I have the same problem. The Instrumentation cluster works sometimes, and then it goes dead for awhile.



    How did you fix yours?



    Jeff

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It sounds to me that the instrument cluster has gone bad. not for certain because I cannot see it but if you have a mechanic tell you that it is a very strong possibility.

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