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1996 Pontiac Sunfire has dash lights flashing when put in gear

I have a 1996 Pontiac Sunfire. When I put the car in gear, most of the dash lights flash randomly and the dials go crazy maxing out and then falling back to zero. Any insight as to what the problem may be? The car keeps running and never shuts down.

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Help! I realize I cannot assist but my 96 Sunfire does just as you stated in your posting on May 28, 2010. I assume by now you already determined the problem. Your response would be appreciated.

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