The problem is a bad connection on the back of the intsrument panel. Remove the panel and take a soldering iron to the conections where the conector meets the panel. You just have to heat them and let them cool. My panel used to come on then shut off. I found this solution on another ask site. IT WORKS!!!
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Check the fuse panel to see if you have a fuse labeled instrument cluster or gauges, if not on the side of the dashboard (or underneath) check under the hood the relay box and look for your problem there. If none of these, then take it to an electrician to have them check it out.
there is a fuse for the gauges, if you have an owners manual it will tell you exactly where it is, if not there is a fuse panel inside, either under the dash on drivers side, by the driver side kick panel, or on the side of the dash that faces the door.. and there is also a fuse/relay panel under the hood.
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My 2001 Altima's instrument gauges die out after high-speed driving for 40-50 miles. Engen also loses power. Everything is back to normal when the car cools down. It turned out the ingition relay was bad. I could duplicate the problem right away by removing the relay. Actually, it is very easy to find the relay which is located above the fuse panel. The ignition relay is the bottom left one among the five relays there. It costs only $20.