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Gauges not working

After the car had an accident on the left side ,the wire loom was cut between the chassis and the panel. we fix the wire loom

now the car start and run well but ,no check engine ,no oil ,no bat light is singing when the switch is in the ON posittion,no rpm,no speedo ,no water temp,no gas gauges are working

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  • juni mourillon Jul 18, 2008

    after long a got one more wire in the fuse box in the engine bay was crack , now the gauges are working again





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