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Dashboard gauges are all out

Dashboard gauges will not come back up

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  • cajn1025 Jan 24, 2009

    We have the same situation. Nothing works on the panel and the check engine light is on. But head light and all outside lights work.

  • ssmounce Feb 02, 2009

    We had our battery changed and now we can't get the interior lights to work. Fuses were checked and they were fine. What should we check next, this is so annoying not having interior lights at night.

  • kbkendzior Feb 17, 2009

    I checked all of my fuses and they are good............the interior lights come on and the dash is illuminated but none of the gages work and they seem "stuck" because they are not down to Zero but somewhere in the middle.


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I had the same problem with my voyager. I found by removing the center panel that the there was a short on the power lead for the multi-pin connector. By snipping the line and soldering a new line in it solved the problem with the gauges.

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My 98 Grand voyager instrument panel lights would go out and the guages did not work (check engine light also would come on). After researching online, I removed the instrument panel an cleaned the plug and connector for the wire harness and it is working fine now.

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Check your fuse box, should be somewhere under the dash, or sides of dash.

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