Question about 1989 Oldsmobile Toronado
There are several things that could cause this problem. If you can't do the testing yourself, you should take it to a reputable shop that specializes in electrical diagnostics. It could be a fuse, a wiring problem, or something in the dash cluster itself. Your Toronado has at least three computers (the IPC, the BCM, and the ECM) as well as a Central Power Supply module. Pinpointing problems is not a simple task.
Check all the fuses. Is it an intermittent problem? Are all the gauges not working? Can you retrieve any error codes?
A common problem with the digital dash cluster is that eventually the capacitors leak, causing display problems.
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