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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Talking the cluster out of the dash isn't easy, Thats why the Dealer wants so much to do this SIMPLE task. You can do this yourself if you have the time and the patience. remember where all the screws go. some screws are in glove box and others are inside of vents when u can access by gently prying the side of the vent cover with a small flat screwdriver, then look around the cluster fro screws oh and don't forget the screws under speaker covers on dash.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
I had a similar issue and started to notice other electrical failures along with the gas gauge. My rear doors would not lock and my rear wiper stopped working. I started pulling fuses and relays to see if this would reset, no go. But then I hit the jackjpot. In the rear electrical panel, below all the fuses and relays is a 2" x 2" black plastic square with a big screw in it.
Remove the screw and pull evenly on the black square. This seems to be a major electrical hub for the car. I reconnected and all 3 of my issues disappeared...I read somewhere that a fix might be to disconnect the battery for a few minutes, which I guess re-sets some relays and circuits, but I guess this did the same thing. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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