Question about 2002 Dodge Neon
I will like to know should there is any way to reset this problem by myself or do I have to take it to the dealership? Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Try disconnecting the battery for 1 hour and reconnect to see if that will solve it, this will reset the body computer that controls the instrument cluster, also check under the drivers side front bumper for a large wire harness that can be damaged by running up a curb, this has all the wires to the body control module in it and is very susceptible to damage good luck and please rate this -jeff
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