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All dashboard lights out. Car will not start.

All other electrical works. California model. cannot locate fusable links on passenger wheel well engine side. Replaced computer. Still no results. Any ideas?

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I had the same problem,,,all my dash lights were out..speedometer and fuel gage also not working..i found out it was my dash cluster needing to be replaced..it was very expensive to fix so to buy me some time to get the money together my mechanic told me to tap the dash when i have the key on and it worked..my lights came back and it started ..bought me a few mnths to gwt the money together to get it fixed..

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