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Most likely an internal issue, cluster would need to be removed and sublet for repair at a speedo shop.
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Behind the dash is what they call a constant voltage regulator. It controls the guages. It's small and located behind the dash near speedo.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
I had this same problem with a 2001 mirage. Remove the bezel around the instrument cluster by taking out the two screws at the top out then gently pull. Remove the instrument cluster .Four screws two upper and two lower. Again pull cluster towards you gently. This will unplug the cluster. Once out you will find a very cheap paper type circuit board at the back of the gauges. A trace at the lower middle part of the cluster folded under has cracked right under a plastic clip. I solder in a small wire to by pass the break in the trace, or you can order a new paper circuit board from Mitsubishi part #mr444589 cost about 60.00$
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: gauges not working
Ur instrument cluster is most probably the culprit. Smack the dashboard to see if it helps. If it does, bingo, most probably a bad weld on the cluster circuit board. Happens alot on VW's.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
if the remote works but the switches inside the van doesn't then the most likely fix would be the switch, tthough it is strange that both would quit. the place too start would be pop out the switch with a small screwdriver and disconnect the connector. the top left pin and the top middle pin is the unlock circuit in the switch. check continuity with your multimeter while pressing unlock. if no continuity, then get a small piece of wire and jump those pins in the connector,( the top right and center ) you should hear the doors unlock, then you know for a fact that the switch is bad. the unlock is used more than the lock so it is a more common failure. you can also use a continuity test on the rear wiper switch. though it is more common that the motor would stick from not being used. hope this helps if you have any more questions i am glad to help... dustang
Posted on May 12, 2009
check the fuses in your manual it will tell you which fuses are for the dash and replace them it sounds to me like they are blown! good luck
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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