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Was driving and my speedomiter ,temp gauge, fuel gauge, odometer, and radio stopped working. No blown fuses. Any ideas?

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    Hi john miller, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    When you say no blown fusses have you checked all fuses with an ohm meter on continuity setting? if not please do also you checked all the fusses under dash and under hood too and all solenoid as well correct? If not get them all checked because this seems fuse only the ign fuse or dash instrument cluster depending on car type. when done if you need further help please ask thank you the FixYa team.

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Is the battery light on?
Or do you have a gauge

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Year make and model. Older cars have different connections/wires. Newer cars have one wire that runs these. Data wires.

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    1999 chevy s 10 with a 2.2

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    Check the ground wires inside the cabin. Yours will be under the dash, near the steering column and firewall. Black wires. After thatcheck grounds going to the engine, and also check the ground from the engine to the body. Check the battery to body ground also. Just thinking.

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Loose connection...could be from ignition barrel or cable from fuse to rear dash cluster...you need to check all connections...these can work loose and cause intermittent connectivity.

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