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None of my gauges working... fuel, oil, speed, rpm, all i did was put car into park turn off ignition and gauges stop working... But all instruments work but those, someone help me please

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It sounds like you have blown the ignition fuse for your dashboard. look in your vehicle handbook to see which one it is and change it. hope this helps.

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