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My instrument cluster oil pressure,rpm and kilometers only are not working.i was checked all fuses and all related wiring circuit ok.

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There is a 5 volt regulator that supplys power to the gages. it is located on the instrument cluster or in close proximatey. you'll have to locate it, find the part number, obtain one at an electronics store, de-solder the old one and solder in the new one

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The mechanical gauge could verify a problem with the actual pressure in the engine.

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OK, check the fuse box to see if the fuses that are designated for these instruments are still in working order. if the fuses are ok, remove the instrument cluster from the dash and, check the back side of the cluster board. pull all connecting plugs to check the metal contacts on the cluster board. try to straighten the plugs and re attached the wiring harness, this should revive the gauges.

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I had the same problem with a car i owned and found out it was a short in the wireing in the dash, you will have too have it re-wired, but too be certain you should have it checked out by a mechanic in your city.........

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