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Guages on 2000 ford excursion stop working, and then intermitently come on while driving. What could be the cause?

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Most likely a bad earth connection

Posted on Jan 12, 2013

  • aw522 Jan 14, 2013

    Where on the vehicle would the earth connection be under the dash or under the chassis?

  • Bill Boyd Jan 15, 2013

    most dash units have a common earth normall plain black. It will probably under the dash or in the loom that will exit somewhere in the car

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