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No bus My 1999 Dodge Durango . on start up i hear a chime , after one min i hear another chime then the odometer flashes five times then reads no bus. At the same time as the second chime all guages on the dash won't work. Example : gas,oil, or speed. Checked the fuses and all are good.

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The connector on the ECU is faulty,The ECU is located on the passenger fender well under the hood,You can try to unplug,Clean and plug back in to see if that helps.

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