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The gauge cluster stopped working my radio works but nothing else

The gauge cluster stopped working on my jeep the oil pressure, the tac the battery heat gauge all stopped working the radio works and i checked fused nothing is blown, i've disconnected the cluster and reconnected it but it didn't work

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Remove cluster clean terminals with dielectric cleaner then coat pins with dielectric grease that shoul do it

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