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DIC works part of the time

DRIVER INFORMATON CENTER, WORKS OK SOME OF THE TIME, SOMETIMES BLACK, SOMETIMES SOLID GREEN LITES ALL ACROSS, SOMETIMES A JUMBLE OF CHARACTERS

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Per your description, it sounds as though your DIC's IC has gone to lunch. Remove and verify power and ground is good, if it checks OK, replace the DIC.
Good luck, let me know.
Regards,

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