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2004 pontiac grand am

I have 2004 pontiac grand am,and i would like to know which fuse number and where its located is responsible for gages?thank u

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Instrument cluster also check the ground wire at the battery to the battery box because if this is loose it will kill the guages in on the dash(this is a body ground for your body control electronics

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