I have a 91 and the odometer quit. The rest of the guages followed after a while. If you hit the dash they would come on. I tought there was a loose connection. I never found one. I then replace the printed circuit behind the guages with one from a scrap yard. It fixed it. It's probably you printed circuit and after a while I am sure the rest of the guages will fail.
Analog gauges do not use digital numbers or digital displays. Analog gauges use dials or a pointer. Think hands moving around a dial as in an analog speedometer. If it has digital numbers then it is not an analog gauge it is a digital gauge.
There are certain car gauges which are mandatory to have in a dashboard. These gauges are the speedometer, the temperature gauge, the fuel gauge, the tachometer, oil pressure gauge, charging system gauge, and odometer.
if it is all the gauges it's probably a fuse, or just some, like speedo and odometer it could be a bad wire
Possible Body Control Module internal failure..
check the fuses first, there should b a fuse for the instrument panel check the fuses first, there should b a fuse for the instrument panel
It would be a dashbaord that displays the speed, temp, etc in digital numbers. It would not have analog gauges.
you may need to pull apart the dash and re-seat the the cluster into the connectors
have you checked your fuses?
buy a new car
Depends on what is wrong with them. First thing to do is check the fuses.
It can measure either. Cars with mechanical gauges are built according to what's used in the country where they're originally sold, and cars with electronic gauges can usually be changed from one to the other.
If the odometer has failed, does the speedometer still work? They are both driven by a cable which spins. If the speedometer is still working, than the odometer has jammed. Probably a dealer fix.
Dash components can be changed to digital gauges. An online search should show several companies that show a digital conversion for a 93 Caprice.
I had the same problem with my t&c, if you have the digital dash look and see if the odometer lights up when cranking. if not i swift pound on the dash right above the gauges usually works. (I found that on another help site and it worked for me)
Analogue moving coil and digital gauges
16 or 17, i can't tell, my gauges have been off for years!
It could be a fuse .That would be a starting place.
Odometer in cars, a meter wheel for feilds, meter stick for classrooms. Rulers, mm feeler gauges, laser measuring tools, nanometer feeling gauges, microscopes, how ever big or small, there are always tools.
i have the same issue let me know if u figured it out
You will need feeler gauges, a ring spacer and separation tool, the correct specs for their correct placement on the piston and the gap specs.
The gauges have to be accessed. The dash nowdays is very fragile and a static electric spark can ruin a bunch of things. I suggest taking it to a garge.
blower motor has a short. replace blower motor
Cluster means all the gauges and warning lights on a vehicle i.e. fuel gauge,temp gauge speedometer, odometer, oil pressure warning lights etc.
You know that button that toggles between the odometer and trip meter (black button poking though the plastic window covering the gauges)? Press that button and hold it. When the low tire light blinks three times let go. It should have then reset itself.