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All gauges dropped while driving my mazda protege 1999

I have a 1999 mazda protege. When I start it up all gauges stay down. The temperature gauge, the speed gauge, fuel gauge. I mean all the gauge. There is any help?

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Bad Stepper motors....the motors in your cluster are very weak... there is an upgraded motor x 25-168...cost 175.00 parts and labor to replace all of them. Ive repaired a lot of clusters with this very problem

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yes sounds like a stuck thermostat or the temperature plug if faulty could also you need the radiator fluid tested fro proper mixture

but sounds like thermostat stuck and most likely going bad

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