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1998 instrument pannel on and off

I have the same problem for 3 years that the instrument pannel going off and on for 3 years. No one know the root cause so I just have to live with it for now

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Check the secondary ignition cables, they can induse voltage spikes into the harness under the intake plenum on the rear of the engine (close to the rear of the altenator).

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