Question about 1990 Dodge Dynasty
All of it went dead huh? Check fuse for instrument cluster/guages like you said. Look under dash and see if the fuse/fuses are in there or under the hood there may be a bank of fuses too. Should have correct fuse labeled. Use a tester, not your eyeballs. A broken fuse can still appear good. Or replace one fuse at a time with a known good one if you have no tester. If that's not it, you might have an electrical problem in steering column, dashboard, etc. Fuses fail for a reason too. If the fuse(s) for the dash/instruments blew, you may want to try to find out why (short). If you replace and it works fine just like always no other problems, forget about it. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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