unscrew the screws above the gauge cluster up and behing the steering wheel that connects the vents to the dash.....after gettin the screws out pull on that part and it should pop out eventually (might take some work)u have to disconnect the emergency flashers and rear defrost switches, then take that piece of your dash out (takes time getting it past the steering wheel, but it does come out). Now you will see your gauges and some other wires and crap, theres 4 screws holding the cluster compartment in there take those off and un-do all the wire clusters in the back (should be like 4 or 5 don't remember) now you have your cluster compartment out and u should be able to do the rest.....
Where is the fuse for the gauges in a 2004 nissan sentra?
Start the thing...............
There is a grey 4 pin plug on top of the motor, close to the firewall, it controls the RPM, Speedometer, and Temperature gauges. Plug may become loose, causing no RPM needle movement.
blower motor has a short. replace blower motor
you could but i wouldent
I may be mistaken, but I don't think you can change the gauges. I think I recall seeing here, that you must replace the entire instrument cluster.
To change the gauges on a VTI the dashboard gauge bezel needs to be removed from the car. Once the bezel is off the gauges will be easily accessible. Replace the gauges.
Check fuses under dashboard, driver side.
first check the fuses......maybe the cluster of gauges shorted out?....may need to replace it.
Bad light bulbs.... Replace them...
Do the interior lights work in the gear selector or the climate controls? If none of them work, suspect a fuse or something else. If it's just behind the gauges and all have gone out, then the board behind the gauges may be fried. But assuming none of those are the case, you'll need to remove the dash and the bulbs are located behind the gauges. Not a task for the timid.
blown fuse or blown fusible link.
probally have to get new guages.
Nissan Maxima SE... the SE means Sport Edition and it will be equipped with white instrument panel gauges, a rear spoiler and aluminum wheels.
check your fuses, you may have blown a fuse, not a mechanic but know a bit about problem solving.
a fuse or a bad connection where it plugs in to the dash
They might be broken, check with a mechanic, its illegal to drive when they are broken.
The "cluster refers to the whole guage assembly...ie, the speedometer, tachometer, fuel and temp guages and whatever else yours has. The voltage regulator you're looking for is behind the guages on the back right hand side. Here's a link to a webpage showing how to replace it. http://www.nissanpathfinders.com/Solution2.pdf
Check the plastic "Molex" connector at the firewall. Disconnect and reconnect. Same thing happened on my 1894 Maxima; could drive the car but the tachometer and other gauges stopped working.
intrument panel voltage regulator. no doubt had the same problem
They are both powered by an 8 volt regulator on the cluster. When that regulator starts going bad the gauges dont get any power and stop working. If you google it it there is a simple procedure to replace it if you are handy with a soldering iron.
we are about to customize my dash with the same style electronic gauges that are in my firebird.. we will customize the dash with a piece of stock that is cut to fit my new round electronic gauges and they will hook right up to the original harness... good luck 2 u...
vehicle speed sensor may be your problem
No. The spark plug wires have nothing to do with the illumination of dash gauges. Check your fuse box for blown fuses. A blown fuse that corresponds to the instrument cluster will cause that.