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There is a fuse for the gauges. If it is good then you will have to pull the instrument panel(IP). Unplug it and plug it back in first( Don't put it back together yet). Bad connection. Then chase the power wire from the fuse panel to the IP. The gauges run off one fuse, but different sources.
your main plugins have become disconnected ,,there are individual plugs like for your instrument panel ,,,headlamps as well as all plugins ,,you apparently will have to remove your dash back some or crawl under it to ensure all components are plugged into the proper areas ...Note everything must be plugged in ,,leave nothing out
There is likely a bad electrical connection at the back of the instrument panel. Remove the instrument panel, unplug the connectors, clean the contacts on the plugs and the panel with rubbing alcohol and q tip, and reinstall.
no you need to double check the breaker. Best thing to do is to flip it all the way off and then wait a minute and flip it back on. Make sure it stays in place in the on position. Your electric range or dryer can act as though it is fuctioning by all the lights working and timer or on a dryer it can spin but not fully heat. This is caused by a bad breaker or one of the two legs of the 220 not working from the main breaker panel. Using a meter you can test and see if you are getting the 220 or if it is only registering about half of that. 210 should be plenty to fully heat up. Hope that helps. Double check that breaker and make sure it fully locks in the on position.
It's the plug for the panel. The trim bezels just pop off to access the screws to remove the instrument panel. Usually unplugging it and plugging it back in fixes the problem. Also there is not a fuse for the guages, just the illumination of the panel.
I had all my analog instrument panel gauges stop working after they did the state emissions test. I found the proper fuse in the fuse block located under the hood. Simply unplugged the fuse, noticed it was still good, and plugged the same fuse (10A) back in and all the gauges started working again. Guess it needed a reset atfer they plugged in for the emissions.
I had an e1 error, the fan was spinning but the compressor dosen't. I don't know witch step i made fix the problem but try it. I unplug the air conditioning for few minutes, unplug the control panel, get every thingsback and it's work fine.I wish that can help youFrançois