Behind the instrument Cluster. Or remove it and replace the Cluster.
No, they will not interchange.
in the instrument cluster
It is controlled by the airbag computer and the instrument cluster.It is controlled by the airbag computer and the instrument cluster.
Usually, 'cluster', refers to the instrument/gauge cluster or instrument/gauge panel that the driver looks at, containing the speedometer, fuel gauge, etc.
It is the center gauge in the instrument cluster.
The cluster is the part that includes the speedo, odometer, fuel gauge, etc...
remove the top trim panel off the dashboard, the front trim panel from the instrument panel and remove the screws. good luck finding a replacement cluster
The instrument cluster is also the body computer.
This could be a instrument cluster problem. See other questions in here on Instrument cluster check out/removal and replacement
The instrument cluster ground needs repaired.The instrument cluster ground needs repaired.
I doubt if it has a cable. I have a 1990 350 and it's electronic.a pulse modulator on trans & nothing but wires on instrument cluster. .
Remove the instrument cluster cover. Each instrument gauge is secured separately with retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws from each gauge. Remove the wiring harnesses from each gauge.
You have to replace the cluster with a metric cluster.
buy a new instrument cluster or check the wires in back my car had that problem and it was a loose connection to the back of the panel
Should be on a panel under the dash undernieth the instrument cluster.
The iod fuse is blown or removed.
Dodge caravan 1997,instrument cluster is not working in all..have a kind of fuse o relay?.
The chime sound comes out of the instument cluster.The chime sound comes out of the instument cluster.
no.go to dmv they will change the miles on paper
I had the same problem with my 1998 Dodge Ram 1500. I reseated the instrument cluster and it started working. The whole thing took me 15 minutes and I am not a mechanic. I believe that I removed three screws to enable me to remove the plastic which covers the instrument cluster. I can't remember how many screws hold the cluster down but once you remove them pull the cluster out. It is simply plugged in, and those connections are your problem.
my instrument cluster and my back window wiper and the heat on my 1999 dodge caravan is working
under your dash there should be a fuse for your instrument cluster. that is probably the problem.
If you are trying to replace a faulty speedometer, there should be a couple of clips on the back of the instrument cluster. All you need to do is push the lever and pull the connector out. It is illegal to disconnect the speedometer in the United States for any reason other than to repair or replace it.
First check the dimmer by turning the headlight switch knob. If that doesn't work, next you may need to replace the fuse or the bulbs that light the instruments. You will need to remove the instrument cluster to access the bulbs. If that doesn't work your instrument cluster may need to be replaced. Neons have a common problem with weak solder points on the circuit board for the instrument cluster. To access the instrument cluster, pop off the top of the whole dash with a trim stick or plastic putty knife. It is also possible for a wire in the harness behind the dash to be broken or cut, but this is unlikely unless someone has been working back there.