Question about Nissan Cars & Trucks
My fuel guage ..temperature guage and speedometer have stopped working and i cannot find the fuses for any of them in the usual fuse locations. the rest of the car runs fine ..pls help !!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Instument Guages
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
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
ok if its a cable driven speedo then the cable has snapped or the speedo drive that goes into the gearbox is gone ,,also if its electric speedo then id go with the electric speedo in the gearbox ,,,a ten mil nut holds it in and it goes straight down into the gearbox,,youl see it from under the bonnet ,,
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
Had a similar problem audi come into my shop. No headlights, blower motor would not work, wipers would not work. After dinking around found ignition switch wires had burn't up. Remove top steering column by taking out two very small philips screws from under column. Look at top LH side of column w/ top cover removed. Probably will find wires burnt up.
Posted on May 28, 2009
its not the fuse, check the A/C control relay under the pocket , take out the pocket you can see the temp .control above the evaporator coil ducting.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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