Since your vehicle is a late model vehicle the foam insert may be moving around. You can take your car to a mechanic to get it professional diagnosed to be sure of the problem.
The most common reason for a 1996 Chrysler Cirrus odometer and RPM gauge to stop working is a fuse. If the fuse is removed from the dash and replaced, often times the odometer and RPM gauge will begin working.
A short in the turn signal wiring can cause the voltage gauge to fluctuate. A loose ground wire can also cause the gauge to fluctuate.
An automobile temperature gauge can fluctuate when the thermostat is opening and closing erratically. The temperature gauge can also fluctuate when the ground wire is loose.
Usually the cluster has failed. You will need a new one, or a used one that has the same mileage showing.
Could be low on coolant or a sticky thermostat.
When you turn a corner the guage fluctuates.
It is a defective fuel sending unit. I know, I just replaced it on my car. You have to drop the gas tank to replace it.
The temperature gauge on a car fluctuates because the car's thermostat is opening and closing. The gauge goes up when the thermostat closes and the gauge goes down when the thermostat opens.
Having a short in the turn signal wiring can cause gauges to fluctuate. If the battery gauge is fluctuating corrosion on the cables can be a possible cause.
because your thermostat is opening and closing as the engine temp. fluctuates
The airspeed indicator or airspeed gauge is an instrument used in an aircraft to display the airspeed in knots
Pressure Indicator is any instrument that indicates pressure. Pressure Gauge is also a type of pressure Indicator. It is a mechanical device. Pressure indicators can work on mechanical deflection (in case of pressure gauge) or Piezo electric effect, change in capacitance, change in inductance etc. These are generally digital type instruments.
The sending unit in the fuel tank is probably bad.
The oil gauge does not have a reset. Is malfunctioning, the sending unit has probably failed.
Engine is overheating, faulty gauge, faulty temp sensor......
A broken or disconnected ground wire can cause your odometer to freeze and your gas gauge to fluctuate up and down. A computer problem could cause the odometer to freeze but is very unlikely to cause the gas gauge to fluctuate.
Possibly the thermostat is opening and closing with the water pressure changes. Could be low on coolant also.
Steam would have a gauge 0-15 Hot water Tri indicator Temperature /pressure /altitude
yes it can
Either bad ground on your gauge or your electric cooling fans are going bad.
Thermometer Temperature Indicator Temperature Gauge
Sounds like the turn signal indicator lights.Sounds like the turn signal indicator lights.