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Need help? all major repair has been done....

My speed, fuel, temp, and tach guages all have died.... the only thing that pops on is check engine and abs..... tried to disconnect abs fuse (3) nothing happened..... has new battery, new spark plugs, oil change new fuel pump..... getting frustrated..... need some help here!!!

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If all your gauges (or most) have died at the same time then it is probably a live wire problem, as all these gauges are normally possative feed and nagative switched. Check the live wire is connected properly on the back of the dash.
I hope this helps.

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