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My ptcruiser just cutoff.ignition comes on but starter not responding. Says nofuse .also what's that switch / sensor under battery

could be a simple problem or a expensive one .Might just be a fuse or a relay but it could also be the ignition contact switch ,might even be the wire has come off the starter solonoid ,best advice i can give is to ask a local mechanic .

Jun 22, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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98 Oldsmobile Aurora There's a on my Dash it says information center and has the oil fuel speed all that it says low oil is there any way anybody knows how to reset that

Check your engine oil using the oil dipstick located on the engine - you need to add oil to the fill line as shown on the dipstick. You should have the oil replaced regularly (every 3-6 months) and keep your eye on the level if the engine is leaking oil underneath or burning a lot of it.

Mar 08, 2017 | Oldsmobile Cars & Trucks

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Does the engine control module have any thing to do with the information center not working in my 2007 Suzuki xl7

My Cluster DIC is dead. is true name.
driver info center display.
no, and yes
post 2 by U
its just a data display
all brain boxes in the car talk to it on
an network
why not elaborate what the DIC display does
its totally dead

why not add to one post and not do 3 ,on 1 topic.?

Feb 20, 2017 | 2007 Suzuki XL-7

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I have a Suzuki 2007 xl7 and the information center is not working, could it be the body control module causing this

post 3 and still not one photo or word,as to what information is missing?
and then 3 ,posts
My Cluster DIC is dead. is true name.
driver info center display.
does not working mean DEAD
as this display shows 100s of data.
the operators guide on this,seems endless......
so DEAD is clear.more clear
is it dead,with head lamps on>?

why not check fuses first
then scan it,2nd.
say this
why x,y.z are dead
"speedo, fuel, radio, nav, data, or waring lamps dead or, or or
we cant guess what you can not see!

im reading the book on your are saying
the DIC is dead.?
driver information center=DIC
it clearly states "instrument cluster"
if that is totally dead (vast data there possible)
it can be.
1; fuse blown to it.
2:it;s bad
3: communication to it lost, network issues.

it is a pure,data display
as all such devices need this. to function.
1; power
2:good data.
not scanning it now, is hopeless.
OBD2 scan tool , any. use it ,scan it and win.

does this display glow if head lamps are turned on.?

Feb 20, 2017 | 2007 Suzuki XL-7

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How do I find the fuse on an impala 2002 for the.outside temperature and compass

There are two fuses one in the right I/P junction block an one in the left I/P junction block ! The right is marked DK / RKE 10amp fuse. The left is marked A/C / CRUSE 10amp fuse ! I don't think these are the problem ! These fuses supply power to the microprocessor in the driver information center . According to my service information the microprocessor supply's power to the ambient air temperature sensor an to the compass.
This mode displays an 8 point compass heading on the left hand side of the DIC. The compass will display the current vehicle direction relative to one of 8 compass headings using N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, and NW for the readout. The ambient temperature displays on the right hand side of the DIC. If the ambient temperature is below 3?°C (37?°F), the temperature reading will toggle between displaying the outside temperature and the word ICE for two minutes. If the temperature is less than minus 40?°F for more than 2 seconds, OC will display. If the temperature is above 140?°F for more than 2 seconds, SC will be displayed. If OC or SC is displayed DTC's will be set. For compass calibration and compass magnetic variation adjustment refer to Electronic Compass Calibration .

Feb 28, 2015 | 2002 Chevrolet Impala

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I cannot find the fuse box for the heated seats in my Jeep Grand Cherokee 2000. Also the "thing" that tells me when I need an oil change, which direction I'm going, etc. is no longer changing when I push...

The heated seat fuse is located in the junction block behind the left side of the dash. It is fuse number 20, a 10amp fuse. As for the driver information center not changing the display when you push the button, I believe this is a single unit and a relatively common issue ( I have a Grand Cherokee in my shop, for a different problem, and it is doing the same thing). My guess is that the entire info center needs to be replaced to fix the issue. Good luck!!

Jan 27, 2010 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Information Center in a 1997 Jeep Gr Ch Laredo

If you refer to the display that shows a diagram of the vehicle with the wheels lit. That display might have turned off due to a fuse problem. Chek the fuse. If the fuse is ok and the cabling powering the module are ok, then the module itself might be the problem. If that was the case, before thinking of purchasing a new one, disinstall the bad one, open it (8 small philips screws), replace the four capacitors it has on the back of the circuit board of the module (use soldering iron proper procedures), (each capacitor might cost 50 cents while the whole module might cost more than 100 dollars), and reassemble. That should take care of it for many years ahead.

Feb 18, 2009 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Had Oil Changed...Now I Can't SEE my INFORMATION DISPLAY!

  • The message center display is blank
  • Instrument cluster.
  • INSTALL a new instrument cluster. REFER to Section 413-01 .

see owners manual for information

Principles of Operation
The message center is a vacuum fluorescent display, part of the instrument cluster. The message center electronic functions use both hardwired, standard corporate protocol (SCP), and UART based protocal (UBP) communication networks to transmit and receive information. As a technician it is very important to understand:
  • where the input (command) originates from.
  • all the information (messages) necessary in order for a feature to operate.
  • which module(s) receive(s) the input or command message.
  • does the module which receieved the input (message) control the input of the feature, or does it output a message over the SCP communication network to another module?
  • which module controls the output of the feature.
The message center provides the following features:
  • information displays
  • setup displays
  • warning messages
  • system check messages
The message center information can be selected through a set of three bottons:
  • INFO

Jan 08, 2009 | 2002 Mercury Mountaineer

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