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Honda accord not starting after gauges went harewire

I checked the ground cable from the battery and its still in good contact are there any other groung cables i can check. (1991 honda accord)

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CHECK FOR BATTERY VOLTAGE IT SHOULD BE 12.5 VOLTS.IF GAUGES WENT THERE IS NO POWER.ALSO CHECK DASH FUSE.IF BATTERY CABLES IS THE ORIGINAL ONES NEVER BEEN CHANGED I WOULD REPLACE THEM.

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