Question about 1993 Jeep Wrangler
All my gauges on my 1993 wrangler quit working from one day to the next help pls
Hi Ed, I also have a Jeep YJ Wrangler and the design of the connector into the gauge housing isn't very good! If you take the plastic dash housing off the gauge area and then take the housing out of the metal dash you will see where the connector plugs in or in your case should be plugged in! It sounds like the connector has lost contact or has come out of the housing all together. It really is a simple process! There are phillips head screws on the top and bottom of the dash cover. Remove them and the cover will come off. There are small plastic tabs on the sides of it that help hold it tight, be careful not to break them off! Then there are more screws that hold the plastic housing into the metal dash. Remove them and you will be able to see behind the gauges. Remove the connector and then re-insert it back into the housing. Make sure it snaps in securely. At this point you can turn the key to the on (not the start!) position and see if the gauges activate. Re-assemble in the reverse order and you should be good!
I hope this helps,
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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