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Ran ok at 70mph but the gauges all went to zero for approx 10 sec

Ran ok at 70mph but the gauges all went to zero for several seconds and then back to normal-scared the heck out of me!

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If it happens again, smack the top of the dash above the gauges with your hand. If the gauges come back on then remove the gauges and clean the plug contacts. This usually will restore proper operation. Some people actually put a slight bend in connectors to get a tighter fit...you can do that but don't get radical or it won't go back together.

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