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There should be a fuse for the gauges if that is what is not working. When you say burnt out.... do you mean nothing is functioning or there is no back lighting. If you are reffering to back lighting, the dash lights work in series with the park lights. Check for park lights working on the vehicle. If no park light, check fuses. If nothing working, try slapping on top of the dash area above the instrument panel to see if it starts working again
What do you mean nothing else works ? interior lights , radio instrument cluster lights etc. The alarm light flashes while truck is running ? Let's be a little bit more specific if you can !
The accessory delay relay supplies power (B+) to the driver master window switch . This relay is located in the central junction box ,under dash panel right side . An this powers the windows , the instrument cluster energizes the relay .
Interior Illumination is controlled by same relay .
The first thing to check is the fuse. If the fuse it ok, you may need to take off the large bezel around the instrument pannel. After that, turn the key to power up the electronics. Use a multimeter or voltmeter to check for to make sure it is getting power. If it isn't getting power, there may be a problem with a wire or connector. It it is powered, but nothing lights up, it may be that something else is unpluged or defective.
Its the connection to the power supply module that is connected to the intrument panel. Its about the size of a cigar box and is silver and is left of the stereo. you will need to remove the panel under the steering colum to access it. wiggle the harness that goes from the inatrument panel to this power supply module until you instrument panel works again. i don't have a permanent soution except to buy a new panel. I am dealing with the same problem.