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I have a 98 jeep grand cherokee. I have been having a problem where all of my gauges stop working (temp,fuel,rpm,speed). The radio even has stopped working. Does anyone have any ideas?

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There is a common issue on these trucks with the wiring behind the instrument panel. remove the instrument cluster, closely inspect the connectors for corrosion and a good tight fit. good luck!

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