Had My Car Detailed, They Fuses Got Wet, Now My Engine Light Is On, My Wipers Won't Shut-Off, My Gas Gauge Light Is On, When I Have A Half Tank Of Gas, My Speedometer Won't Work Is There A Cure For This Problem?
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It will not just be a fuse Please google fuse & understand what one is Do not take this as being rude but we get thousands of fuse questions A fuse if you look at one is no more than a piece of wire bent into a U & put into a piece of plastic It will be smaller than the wire it protects & blow to save the circuit,nothing else Fuses fix nothing at all If a fuse does blow you have to find out why For your dash issues you need a dealer or the best shop in 30 miles to diagnose & find the problem There may be a found solution, but it will only be in a repair shop data base, they pay for,not for the public to know about
need to check the ignition control unit under the dash. its right behind the dash. if you have had a water leak it is the first part to go. when you turn the key you should hear it click. sends power to the dash.lights gauges etc.
Do you know that all this stuff was working when it was parked? Lets assume it was. Most of this stuff works with the key on or in the acc. position. You are going to need something to check for voltage. At least a test light better yet, multimeter. The dash lights however, come off the headlight switch. Start by checking for power at the fuse for the gauges it's marked "inst" for instruments it protects all the gaugesincluding the tach and speedo. With the key on you should have power on both sides of the fuse. The antenna won't come up until you get the radio to come on. If you have power at the fuse, Your going to have to start taking the dash apart to see where the "open" in the circuit. If you have no power at the fuse, it comes from the ignition switch, it's down low on the steering column. ( I hope you're skinny)
As for the brakes, since it's been sitting that long I would be pulling the wheels off and looking for a seized caliper.
If your going to do your on work on this car I recommend investing in a good manual, try to find a factory book on ebay. or Craig's list.