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Gauges all my dash gauages don;t work fuses are good can u help me

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  • Anonymous Aug 10, 2008

    but when reset the computer i will work for awhile



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Theres a plug behind the dash that may have come loose which will cause this problem..there may also be some fuses under the hood that may be bad.check both

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