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Old 05-21-2004, 08:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have 01 325ci and the speedo, odometer and fuel consumption gage does not work. Does anyone know a way to fix this problem, perhaps a fuse, if so where?
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It could be a fuse, they are located in your glove box behind a drop down face plate. Be sure to replace the bad fuse with one of correct size. If it blows again you have a problem that may require alot of work to track down.
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Had the same exact problem in my old 94 mustang, it turned out to be a blown fuse from changing out the radio. A simple replacment fuse did the trick.

Check each fuse thoroughly in the glove box, and if you turn up nothing, I would suggest you go to the dealer.
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You don't need to go to the dealer just yet. If the fuses check out, check the connection where the instrument cluster plugs in. There may be a loose connection. I would check the speedometer cable to make sure it's in, and the sensor in the gas tank may be shot so it's not sending anything to the gas gauge. Just a few things to check before going to the dealer. If it's not under warranty, a reputable garage may be much cheaper than the dealer.
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