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My intsrument panel gauges stopped working and All the fusea are fine. Could it be in the relays?

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    My intsrument panel gauges stopped working and All the fusea are fine. Could it be in the relays?



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The simple answer to that is yes.
Did you use a multimeter to determine the fuse(s) were ok or did you just visually check them.


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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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