Nothing. Yes! Of course it is.
Answer 85 Toyota PU gaugesSince the speedometer is a mechanical connection and the rest electical, about the only thing that is going to affect them all is water. Does the windshield leak. Could be just bad luck the speedometer went at the same time as the gauges, but doubtful.
The year, make and model would help but with some vehicles all the dash cluster gauges are protected with one fuse.
The most common is the generator. But don't forget the piezoelectric crystals in ignitors and strain gauges.
If your Chevy trailblazer 2004 gauges are not working, check your fuel pump.
Mechanical drive for the speedometer only.
You probably have a short in your abs system which has blown your fuse try pulling the fuse. This happened in my 2000 sunfire and I pulled the fuse and all the gauges work now.
If they are stock then there electric.
Lose of power or ground since all the gauges quit working.
Is it all the gauges or some? You make have to take the instrumental cluster apart. Make sure all the hardness for the gauges are all connected.
Why dashboard gauges stopped working on a 2000 Jeep Laredo
my 1998 doge ram van, all my gauges are not working
check your fuses first
The power or ground connections to the instrument cluster could be bad. Check the fuses, then the wiring to the dash to find a common problem for the heat, gauges and speedometer.
#4 fuse blew
because it's old, stupid
Check for a blown fuse.
"Mechanical Strain gauges" do not have inductance. There are many types of strain gauge: Mechanical, photoelastic, electrical etc.... Are you wanting the inductance of an electrical strain gauge? if so which type?
A wire going to the battery broke off, when it was reconnected the gauges and lights on the gauges start working again, however the speedometer and the tachometer did not operate.
Definitely take apart the gauges, check and make sure all cables are intact.
The most common is the ultrasonic gauge.
rpm and speedometer gauges not working 1995 Chevy silverado 2wd
I'm not sure either. I have the same problem. I'm sending mine to a gauge repair shop in MN.
If the Gauges on your instrument panel have stopped working you may have had a voltage converter stop working. This device mounted to the rear of your instrument panel converts the voltage from your alternator to the voltage that your gauges run off of. You can check the fuses with a multimeter and see if both sides have voltage showing, if so then see about replacing the voltage converter.
I have a 1991 E-150 hightop with 110k miles on it. both the gauges stopped working I had to replace both sending units and that worked