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I would recommend looking closely at your illumination circuit. There is a gray wire that if shorted could prevent the digital guages from displaying. I would look at the radio connections, especially if you have an aftermarket radio. Also, look around the lighter and maybe a bad dimmer switch.
To trace the problem with the horn fuse, look for shorts in the orange wire. Common places are around the radio or the screws that secure the panels under the dash (floor lights on the dome circuit).
As far as the no start, sound like old and dirty terminals and/or cables.
I SOLVED MY PROBLEM WITH MY RADIO , WHEN IT READS (SAFE) , HIT PROGRAM BUTTON , THEN NUMBERS 1000 SHOWS UP, THEN PUNCH IN CODE # FOR YOUR RADIO, AND THEN HOLD RIGHT SIDE OF SEEK BUTTON DOWN FOR ABOUT 2 SECONDS , THEN YER ROCKIN , HA,HA, ENTER THE WRONG CODE MORE THAN 2 TIMES AND YOU GOTTA WAIT FOR AN HOUR FOR THE UNIT TO UNLOCK , SO YOU CAN TRY AGAIN , BUT THE WHOLE THING TAKES 5 SECONDS
When you turn on the radio, it will say "codE" on the display. You have the 4-digit code number for your radio, to enter the first digit, press the "1" button on the radio the number of times until the first digit matches. For example, if your code is "2156" then, press radio preset button 1 two 2 times, then press radio preset button 2 one time, then radio preset button 3 five 5 times and finally preset button 4 six times. THEN if the display is correct (should show 2156 in this example), press TAPE button. You should hear a beep and the radio should be working. If you make a mistake and enter a wrong code, the display will show "Err". You have 3 tries to get this correct or the radio may be toast. These are the steps for the stock radio in my 1995 GSX and they've worked for me each time I've lost battery power. Good luck!
When it comes to independent auto shops, its tough to get them to take responsibility if they did something wrong, thats why most people with a car as nice as your wouldnt trust it to just any shop. Theres nothing in a timing belt job that would cause the radio to stop working, unless some connector is loose or a bad ground somewhere. There are 3 fuses you may want to check... Radio No. 1 20A, Radio No 2 7.5A, Dome 7.5A. These all send power to the radio's circuit. If all 3 are good, It would have to be an internal problem in the radio.
At first you should clarify if your GPU or LCD is broken. Do You have any chance to try another monitor with your Graphicadapter or to try your monitor on a different PC? Moreover you should try it with a new cable.
The symptom of weird symbols sounds most likely like a overheated or wrong-plugged Graphicadapter
looks to me like maybe an update to your mobile may have gone wrong and I have a samsung 370 and nokia 5200 and my samsung freezes and turns off wen i view a picture sometimes my samsung has been damaged so that may be the problem with yours please reply... :)