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1987 Pulsar Electrical

I took my car apart to redo all the interior and when I re-installed the dash my rpm gauge stopped working, a few lights will not come on (high beam light, Door open etc..) and when I turn either my left or right blinker on both signals will flash on dash like I was using my hazards.

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Well first thing i would check would be the circuit plug connector at back of instrument panel is it full plugged in? if so check connectors that you did remove before making sure they are also fully and correctly plugged together

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