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Instrument cluster gas gauge& speedo 1995 Plymouth Voyager

Non functioning gas gauge and speedometer in cluster but fuses appear okay ; mechanic checked cluster but not resolved. Pcmesu new cluster although solder sound said mechanic. Internet refer to independent ground wire iod Fuse mentioned with 20 minute reset time works on internet but cannot findperhaps marked or position known to someone expert on internet !ignition key shows brake red light on cluster on startup and some 1/16 in.quiver of gas gauge ;speedo non functionioning lightsturn indicator power and road speed stability work and brake works well. Mechanic said old car functional but diagnostic of old wrecker parts and diagnostic time many hours still.

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