Not certain on the instrument cluster, could be a fuse. But as for the shifter, I'm pretty sure it IS a fuse. Same thing happened to a friend of mine with the "won't come out of park" issue, when he replaced his battery. After everything we tried it finally came down to the relays and fuse box, where yes, there is a fuse for the elctronically shifted transmission. Hope this helps.
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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.
The gauges on the dash is the instrument cluster.
Some times a bad battery or a bad ground can do this.
something to do with diagnostic codes. you need to have the codes read. I'm having battery problems with my Saturn and it seems to happen then.
The instrument cluster is what houses the speedometer, and the gauges.
Wire strain gauges are an example for a zero order instrument.
Certain Ions have an orange wire in the trunk that can rest on the floor by the battery. There is a connector that corrodes due to moisture in the trunk, causing gauges to become inop Check that connector for corrosion
the instrument panel deos not work all the gauges on my 1988 Audi 5000 cs
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I'm not sure either. I have the same problem. I'm sending mine to a gauge repair shop in MN.
it coulld have a blown fuse wich operates the instrument cluster
If you don't disconnect the battery when installing gauges, it is possible to create a short circuit and blow a fuse. Some gauges have power present even when the ignition switch is turned off.
hi if u connect the battery the wrong way the gauges will bouncing this is because the gauges has whats called a ballast resistor an diodes this prevent the voltage current to flow only in one direction so it wil be preventing burning of the gauges
Answer location of check gauges lightthe check gauges light is on your instrument panel when it comes on it lights up saying check gauges
get battery tested. that happen to me. it was the battery
need more info what gauges?
it is most likely a burnt out fuse, or the whole instrument cluster is shot. that happened to my 2002 impala. all gauges froze, and nothing worked. I would check the fuse first before replacing the entire cluster. Best of luck
The meter refers to gauges in the instrument cluster.
if no gauges at all work, i would say that u need new instrument cluster in dash before doing this however i would check the fuses a bad alternator will also do this if engine is running and battery is low,as there is not enuff power to run everything,this tho is generally only at night when lights,etc are on
Remove the instrument panel cover. Remove the instrument panel retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the gauges. The instrument panel will come out.
In drivng a jacked up truck, my gauges very seldom read right. For one, if you have a lifted or lowered car or truck, the gausges are going to be slightly off. 2. your alternador may be going bad or have a loose battery wire.
check the fuse ,on drivers side dash,open door and should see the cover,look on back side of cover to see fuse diagram
The instrument panel is the gauges and warning lights that are in front of the driver and behind the steering wheel