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the fuse is blown.

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SOURCE: guages on instrument panel died 1998 jeep cherokee

Others have had this problem too. Most times it's a loose connection behind the gauge cluster.:

When you take the dash apart to get at the back of the guage you'll see that the connectors for the panel are attached to a molded piece of black plastic and the panel sits on top of them. The solution I used was to actually cut the plastic back (you can break it back too...) and insert the plugs tightly, then put a dab of hot glue on top and bottom to keep them from backing out. It keeps them nice and snug and you can remove them in one minute with a razor knife if you need to. After about a year I haven't had the problem since.

BTW - your mileage is not accurate if you have this problem. I noticed that when the gauges are off, it does not count mileage...went about 5000k miles without an oil change once...Just some addt'l info.

I know it's not a factory fix, but it costs about $1 for a glue stick and it only takes about 30min.

Hope it helps you.

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SOURCE: Dash & Instrument panel lights

The whole dash bezel has to come off but are all the dash lights out? if so check the switch for dash lights on a 01 it is built into the turn signal handle I think check it to make sure it's not set to off for dash lights

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SOURCE: INSTRUMENT PANEL GAUGES DON'T WORK

check your vehicle instrument module

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SOURCE: Instrument Panel goes on and off, as do headlights

You have to remove the panel to check onthe connections behind it, also check the headlights switch, they tend to burn out.

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SOURCE: 2006 Jeep Commander lost instrument panel power

check all fuses and battery connections start there.

Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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Section 01-12: Instrument Panel 1997 Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Procedure revision date: 05/16/2000
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  2. Remove RF wheel and tire assembly. Refer to Section 04-04.
  3. Remove three nuts in radiator coolant recovery reservoir area.
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    Item Part Number Description 1 04320 Instrument Panel 2 N807296-S Cap 3 388577-S Push Pin (6 Req'd) 4 043A88 Instrument Panel Lower Insulator, RH 5 043A89 Instrument Panel Lower Insulator, LH 6 - Module Bracket (Part of Module) 7 13466 Miniature Bulb 8 043A88 Instrument Panel Lower Insulator, RH 043A89 Instrument Panel Lower Insulator, LH
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  12. Remove ground wire located on LH cowl side.
  13. Remove RH instrument panel upper moulding (04268) and LHinstrument panel moulding (04389) from instrument panel (04320) by pulling away from instrument panel and snapping out of retainers. Disconnect wiring connectors as required.
  14. Remove glove compartment (06010) as described.
  15. Remove two screws from center instrument panel support bracket at left side of glove compartment opening.
  16. Remove instrument panel upper finish panel (044A90) and disconnect the A/C sunload sensor (19E663) if equipped.


    Instrument Panel Finish Panels


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    Item Part Number Description 1 044A90 Instrument Panel Upper Finish Panel 2 04320 Instrument Panel 3 04268 Instrument Panel Upper Moulding, RH 4 06081 Glove Compartment Lock Set 5 061A40 Glove Compartment Door Cover 6 N807122-S411 Screw (2 Req'd) 7 N807122-S411 Screw (10 Req'd) 8 - Parking Brake Release Handle (Part of 2780) 9 04459 Instrument Panel Steering Column Cover 10 04502 Instrument Panel Steering Column Opening Cover Reinforcement 11 04389 Instrument Panel Moulding, LH 12 044D71 Instrument Panel Cluster Finish Panel A - Tighten to 2.1-2.9 Nm (19-25 Lb-In) B - Tighten to 4-6 Nm (36-53 Lb-In)
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    Instrument Panel


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    Item Part Number Description 1 N802539-S100 Nut (5 Req'd) 2 383554-S100 Rivet (2 Req'd) 3 01631 Vehicle Identification Plate 4 01544 Brake Pedal Support 5 N805632-S36 Bolt 6 N800854-S2 J Nut (2 Req'd) 7 N806030 Stud 8 N602480-S55 Nut 9 04320 Instrument Panel 10 N807122-S411 Screw (5 Req'd) 11 - Steering Column Retaining Nut 12 - Bolt (Part of 3F659) 13 3F659 Brake Pedal Support Steering Column Brace 14 N606675-S2 Bolt (3 Req'd) 15 04502 Instrument Panel Steering Column Opening Cover Reinforcement 16 N806067-S2 Bolt (2 Req'd) 17 N620482-S36 Nut 18 N801366-S2 Stud 19 045D56 Instrument Panel Cowl Brace 20 N606115-S100 Bolt (3 Req'd) A - Tighten to 9-14 Nm (80-123 Lb-In) B - Tighten to 10-14 Nm (89-123 Lb-In) C - Tighten to 2-3 Nm (18-26 Lb-In) D - Tighten to 47-63 Nm (35-46 Lb-Ft) E - Tighten to 45-70 Nm (34-51 Lb-Ft) F - Tighten to 22-34 Nm (17-25 Lb-Ft)
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  3. Detach the wiring connector at the blower motor.
  4. Unsnap the instrument panel upper finish panel from the instrument panel.
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      Fig. Front view of instrument cluster removal and rear view of the wiring harness connectors-1997-00 Buick models

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      3. Remove the knee blocker reinforcement panel from under the steering column.
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      2. Unplug the instrument panel wiring harness connector from the bottom of the body control module.
      3. Unplug the two, 40-pin wiring harness connectors from the right of the steering column.
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      2. Remove the nuts securing the instrument panel frame to the metal brake pedal support on each side of the steering column.
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      6. Remove the nut securing the gear shift cable bracket to the instrument panel frame.
      7. Remove the bracket from the instrument panel.
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      9. Using a very flat pry tool wrapped in a towel to prevent scuffing or damaging the instrument panel pad, disengage the clips holding the rear edge of the instrument panel top cover. Pull up on the cover enough to unplug the wiring harness connector from the message center.
      10. Pull the top cover rearward to disengage the hooks that secure the front of the cover to the instrument panel. Remove the instrument panel top cover from the vehicle.
      11. Unplug the wire connector from the HVAC wiring harness connector behind the glove box area.
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      14. Remove the bolts securing the instrument panel frame to the dash panel below the windshield opening.
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      1. With the help of an assistant, remove the instrument panel assembly from the vehicle.
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      1. With the help of an assistant, correctly position the instrument panel assembly into the vehicle.
      2. Install and tighten the bolts securing the instrument panel frame to the dash panel below the windshield opening.
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