Question about 1983 Mazda 626
It is in the circuit board itself,or the plug in,in the back of the cluster,removal,and checking it,and tightening the terminals up,by gently bending them to fit tighter might help.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Testimonial: "I have investigated and messed around with the terminals at the back of he cluster. Could be helpful but not conclusive. Thanks."
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