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07 Honda CR-V, Dash lights out, speedo inop, warning lights staying on, car runs and drives with no other problems.

2007 Honda CR-V, IP Cluster illumination lighting when out all of a sudden. ABS, Airbag, Seat Belt, VSA & Brake Warning lights are lit up. Speedo Needle lights up but doesn't work. Any clues as to what happened or what I should check first? I did check the underhood fuses. Didn't locate any blown fuses, Car runs and drives fine. Just no dash or IP cluster illumination lights! Any help would be Awesome!

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  • wam762 May 03, 2014

    After removing the negative battery cable from the battery for about 10 minutes, all the issues I was having went away and have not reoccurred since. Thanks for your suggestion anyway.



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Hi i would take a look at the inside fuse panel in case a multiplexer box is clipped on the back of int fuse panel u r cluster is missing power or ground in u honda manual under fuses it should give u description of function and a fuse number should point u in the right direction danny

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ok about the abs is possible that the abs cable that goes the the brake caliper is not good.about the brake light check brake fluid level filled up also check the sensor on the brake fluid container also check any malfuntioning wire connection corosive plugs.about the ac check compressor ad freon in order to kick on check the relay or fuses or the compressor is no good

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    If you take it to a mechanic or any other place of repair, they may replace the small computer to the driver's side of the vehicle under the dash. Which is what IS the problem.
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    The only thing that will happen is that your dimmer used to dim the instrument panel will not work. But other than that they should work.

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