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If all gauges and lights quit at the same time, your Instrument Cluster is either faulty, or the fuse for your instrument cluster has blown. I would check all fuses, then remove the Instrument Cluster. Check the terminals on the back of the instrument cluster, and try reseating the Cluster to see if the problem goes away. You may have to replace the Instrument Cluster if it doesn't start working again after reseating the Cluster.
Depending on what vehicle you have, this could also be linked to a faulty Multi-Function Switch (check your turning lamps, headlights, brights, and brake lights, if any don't work, fix the problem), or a faulty ECM, faulty ABS module, etc.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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