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Had fuel filter changed, when car came back, cluster was not working, but lights do and it drives fine, also getting code P1495 and I know what that is. Is there a fuse that runs the cluster, my guess is that shop that changed the fuel filter messed something up and disabled the cluster to hide that fact. Anyone got any ideas. Speedo, rpm, gas, and temp gauges not working. 20000 dodge stratus 2.4 auto stick, mileage does not even show.

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I would take it back to the shop that changed the fuel filter and have them find and fix what they have done. They are responsible for anything that they have messed up while in their care.

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