Question about 1998 Buick Century
This may be something that you don't want to tackle yourself, unless you are OK with electronics. You have to pull the gauge cluster, take it apart, and solder in some new resisters. In the top left hand corner of cluster, by the reset button, there are four resistors. They are something like 150 or 180 ohms. I would de-solder all of them and put all new ones in. Once again, don't tackle if you are not comfortable with electronics and solder.
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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