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Try pressing and holding the trip reset button with the key on. After about 10 seconds it should tart flashing all 1s on the odometer. It will cycle all the way to 9 and the gauges will do a dance that resets them. If that doesn't work then in all probability the gauge cluster has failed. Usually it's bad solder joints in the cluster. If you know someone who has experience soldering have them reflow all the solder joints. It's also possible the servos that actually move the needles have died or the computer that drives them died
Not everything a scan shows..dealrs usually dont hav the smarts. Computr is probly ok..the instrument panel is worn..napa has xchanges. Reseting computrs takes a factory scan tool..areflash or reprogramin is done to see if its stil gud
Sometimes able Battery can cause this.It would be a good idea to have system scanned for fault codes..If not,..First check battery voltage for no less than 12.40 to 12.60...disconnect battery to check for proper battery voltage....Disconnecting the battery will reset the vehicle computer system which may solve your problem however it is rare for your issue.....If nothing solves your problem you need an instrument cluster which attaches to the inside and connects behind the gauges...
it is not the plugs.if you remove the printed circuit board,which is double sided,you will see that the solder joints on the back of the plugs where they are soldered have cracks in them.resolder the plugs.