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Rpm gauge is not working and it jerks when moving from a stopped position

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SOURCE: rpm gauge and speedometer stoped working

It sounds like you have a faulty Instrument panel Cluster (IPC) Your local dealer will have to confirm this as independant shops don't have the scanner capabilities for this diagnostic procedure.
I hope this helps.
Thank You,
Roy

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Fule gauge speedometer and rpm gauges stopped

Go to the fuse box and change the fuse for "Gauges". I think this might solve the problem.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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SOURCE: car jerks when i let off the gas

check out the throttle position sensor.

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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SOURCE: RPM gauge

Crnkshaft position sensor

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SOURCE: Rpm gauge is not working in my 2006 cadillac and the car jerks when it stops working

Check the crankshaft position sensor
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