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My dash gauges do not work, as in they do not light up, i have checked the bulbs and fuses and they seem fine, i dont know if a need a whole new instrament cluster or what the problem is?????

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Hello, Nothing personal, but did you ck the dash dimmer wheel/switch? A new instrument panel? Ouch!!!! Out of the question. We will find the prroblem. Look for a dimmer swiych for. Ned

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Check dash wiring plug is in place

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