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#1 (permalink) Old 08-22-2007, 05:37 PM
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Gauge Problems

Im having a problem with my gauges and i also cant read my mileage or anything. One day I turned the car on last week and where the mileage normally is, it now says CodE. I cant see my gas, temp, tach, or speedometer. Everything is working normally except for that. Does anyone have an idea?
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missing pixles!!!!
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Change the Whole Gauge Cluster
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It occasionally works sometimes is what I dont get
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sounds like a short or something along those lines id check the wire looms in the back of it for tightness and missings wires etc if that doesnt work a new cluster isnt that much as a replacement part.
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