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The display is on all the time. You can only dim it with the headlight switch. If the display is blank, you will need a new Instrument Cluster. Some sites on ebay will repair yours cheaper than a new one, and keep your milage the same.
Probably a bad solder connection on the instrument panel between the led display and the circuit board itself. Instrument panel needs to be removed for this proceedure. Remove the back cover from the circuit board and carefully remove the circuit board to access the led display. Carefully lift up the display and look to see if any of the solder joints from the solder legs are loose. resolder as needed. Plug the circuit board in the dash and turn on the key to see if it works.
sorry mate, had the same issue 2 months ago.
i totally dismantled the the instrument cluster and found 2 trasnsistors totally burnt.
the transistors are propritary to chrysler and can not be replaced.
you will have to source a new instrument cluster.
as a foot note, the milage on the car is stored in the cluster so the replacement cluster will change the milage reading for the car. with any luck the wreck it will come from will have a lower odometer reading.
have a nice day