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Dash lights out for gauges

I have a '99 Plymouth Voyager. My dash lights for the gauges will not come on. The bulbs were inspected and are fine. What could be the cause?

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  • cakediva Jun 26, 2008

    Same thing happened to me. The first time it was my transmission computer, and now it's a lose ground wire.

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Have you put a fter market radio in and did you cut any wires? there is a short in the wires going to the lights or the fuse might be blown for it. Dont know if this helps any.

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