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All the gages in my 1998 dodge grand caravan just stopped working...could it be a fuse or is it the or the circuit board and if either one where are they located , how do I get to it, and can it be done easily?

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CHECK THE FUSES FIRST,SOUNDS MORE LIKE AN OPEN CIRCUIT OR A BAD IVR SWITCH.

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