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Speedometer temp,speedometer,fuel and odometer not working. What fuses and or relays should I check? Owners manual is not clear on that.

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  • Anonymous Sep 25, 2008

    MY SPEEDOMETER AND GAUGES DONT WORK EITHER

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had the same problem and could find no bad fuses. I took to the dealer and was told the "cluster" was bad. Cost over $700.00 to replace. Ouch!

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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The easiest way is to get a test light and run through the fuses it will just take a sec

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