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My 1998 Chevy silverado rpm and speedometer Gage's stop working

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If the gas gauge still works, the cluster is getting power. Unless the problem is at the connector in the back, you'll probably have to send it out to a shop for repairs or a rebuilt replacement.
The dealer will have a source for repairs.

Posted on Feb 07, 2014

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SOURCE: 1998 Contour Speedometer, gas gage, odometer not working

check the relay for the dash gauges.

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It's not the fuse. You need to jump start the diagnostic cable. First you need a battery of 9v and short the + and - terminal to the diagnostic cable. Then you will see smoke. After that it should work fine.

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SOURCE: 99 chevy silverado fuel gage malfunctions

A bad electric connector is possible. A bad tank sending unit can cause the same symptom. Usually the sending unit is a reostat mounted inside the tank.. it changes resistance depending on the float position, the resistance change causes a different voltage to the gauge or signal processor. The reostat may be a resistive plastic strip, as the float moves a contact pointer wipes the length of strip thus the change in resistance and voltage. Clear as mud?

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SOURCE: Fule gauge speedometer and rpm gauges stopped

Go to the fuse box and change the fuse for "Gauges". I think this might solve the problem.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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