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Hello guys...the Fuel gauge, temp gauge, and red battery light all come on at startup, and do not go out after startup..the alternator indicates 14 volts..and the battery is charging fine. Is there a fuse, or something simple that I can replace to fix this? thanks in advance Ron

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Is the car starting fine?
Do you hear any click sound when you try start?

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