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2002 dodge neon gauges

Every time I start the engine, all the gauges (Temp, Tach, Speed, Fuel)  go to 100%, 75%, 25%, 0, then they begin measuring their respective values simultaneously.  It started doing this about 2 months ago.  I've looked at all the manuals and online and can't find anything or anyone with the same issue.

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My daughter 2002 Neon just started doing the same thing, has anyone found a definate fix?? Thanks

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This happened to me and it was just the thermostat. same year neon

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Hi, i have had this problem on a vehicle a couple of years ago, it turned out to be the voltage stabilizer on the back of the clocks, a good auto electrician should locate it and replace it for you, they are cheap to buy, hope this helps, thanks for useing fixya

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