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Fuse my temp gauge speedometer gas gauge fan motor stopped working at the same time whats wrong

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It is defiantly AN ELECTRICAL PROBLEM. Try checking your fuses, use a DMM to test for continuity. I have had fuses look good but fail the continuity test.

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Check if your fuses, and get new ones and with the correct number...u can always check on the cover box, it tells you what number fuse to put in the slot... fuse - 4_13_2014_7_47_27_am.jpg

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