Question about 2000 Jeep Wrangler
Likely a bad ground. Carefully check the ground cable from the body to chassis (usually from the firewall to the engine or frame - might be a braided cable or solid wire). Check for a smaller ground wire off the negative battery post to the body (usually inner-fender) that is in addition to the heavy ground that goes to the engine. Check ground wires from the instrument panel to the chassis. If all these are good, then check for loose-fitting connectors behind the instrument cluster.
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Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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