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My instruments cluster panel and lights don't work on my 2006 lincoln town car..what could it be?if its the fuse where can I locate it.

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1998 plymouth voyager 3.3 automatic trans. Lights on dash insterment panel blinking always warning bell for gas gauge goes off continually when the gas tank is full.

probably a crack in the circuit board of the dash panel at the point where it connects to the wiring harness, can usually be repaired by a talented electrical auto tech, or a tv repairman since they have experience with printed circuit boards(which is what the dash panel is). An alternative is to get a replacement dash panel from a junk yard, be sure they check to see if it is cracked, as this is common.

May 11, 2015 | 1998 Plymouth Voyager

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2005 explorer sport trac instrument cluster and odometer intermittent failure?

Pull the instrument cluster out of the dash check all the connectors to it for loose pins and also take a look at the printed circuit on the back of the panel, look for any obvious problems. More than likely just pulling the connectors and reinserting them several times may cure this problem.

Sep 12, 2012 | 2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

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I need to find out wher and how to fix the fuse on the front dash light

If you do not know where the fuse is, how do you know it needs "fixing"?
If your dash lights are not working, there is a possibility that there is a blown fuse. However, you need to realize that blown fuses do not cause electrical problems. Electrical problems cause blown fuses. So if you replace the fuse, it will likely just blow again if you do not fix the problem that caused it to blow.

On the other hand, there are several other things that could be keeping your dash lights from working that has absolutely nothing to do with the fuse.

With all that said, the fuse that protects your dash light circuits is a 7.5 Amp fuse that is located in the Instrument Panel Junction Block at the left side of the dash. It is marked "PANEL"

Mar 22, 2012 | 2002 Toyota Sienna

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This sounds like the X-files "electrical gremlin" that these vans are infamous for. I'd start with the wiring harness connector pins on the back of the instrument cluster. Earlier versions of this van have had copious problems traced back to this issue. Just re-solder the pins on the circuit board (my 98 Voyager has 13 of them) and this may solve the problem. If not, then there is likely some other electrical connection issue somewhere along the wiring harness. Others have traced the problem to the connectors on the heater and A/C controls on the middle dash panel. I suspect similar problems on my own van are likely located in the block connectors under the dash, or possibly old/worn/brittle wires somewhere in the engine compartment. Just spend a few hours tracing wires from your dash and making sure all connections are tested, secure, and functioning. This can be time consuming, but it might be the only way to avoid excessive/prohibitive mechanic rates! (I'll be diving into my own van's wiring tonight - while the weather is still warm)

Sep 07, 2011 | 2005 Dodge Caravan

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The panel/dash board lights were dimming and now they have gone completely out. Is it a bulb or an electrical wiring problem?

one or the other you already got it figured out the cars there with you i cant tell if its a bulb or wire sorry check fuses maybe

Dec 01, 2010 | Toyota Camry Cars & Trucks

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Dash board lights starting flashing, then went off. emergency light flashing, but could still manually turn them on..keys removed, and lights in dash board still tried to flash, car was still running fine

Sound like a short in the electrical system. do you have nay water getting in to the interior of the vehicle. Water getting behind the instrument panel?

Oct 19, 2010 | 2005 Toyota Corolla

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Short in my dashboard and odemeter does not work unless you tap the dashbboard with my hand. Dash lights will stay on after starting truck. have to tap dash to make the lights go out.

You've got the problem right on the nose but trouble shooting electrical problems sight unseen is just stabbing in the dark. The only thing I can suggest is since your dash work from one large circuit board check the connections to the board and check the board for cracks.

Jun 13, 2010 | 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup

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Dash board keeps blinking on and off

It is not the computer.

If you take the dash apart and remove the digital insturment panel.., use a soldering iron and re-tin.., or heat the solder connections on the back of the circuit board.., just enough to briefly melt the solder.., to re-establish good electrical connections. You specifically want to pay attention to the IC Chip on the circuit board.., which is a 14 pin IC chip that is Black in color.., and measures about 5/16" x 3/4" usually labelled IC2 on the printed circuit board. You can start with this component and re-try connecting to the harness in the dash to see if it works.., if it works.., great.., if not.., just go ahead and re-tin all of the solder connections on the back of the circuit board. The 14-Pin IC Chip is usually the main source of the problems with this digital dash panel.

Sep 30, 2009 | 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

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1997 sunfire, Electrical problem with signals and defroster

check but there should be a relay box under the hood located driver side or in the front of the car

Jan 03, 2009 | 1998 Pontiac Sunfire

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