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My check gauges light came on and my gas gauge, temp gauge, speedometer and of course odometer are not working.

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My 97 chevy pickup check gauges light comes on and off and misses when it is stopped and when i drive it to 55 mph

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Mine has done this a few times after having disconnected the battery for service. Disconnecting and reconnecting the battery a second time brought them back. A mechanic friend told me it hase something to do with the ECM relearning after having been disconnected. Hope this helps.

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