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In my 2005 swift my information display unit is not working properly only the clock works the outside temp doesnt show up and the petrol usage doenst show anything. someone told me the sensor maybe dirty but I doent know where that is?

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it can be the sensor or the actual module that diisplays the temperature, does it display a temperature but it is incorrect? if that is the case it is the sensor, if no display then the module is defective

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