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No gauges are working, the heater blower, etc.

The only thing that has power on the dash is the radio. It is as if the whole dash area has lost its power

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  • Anonymous Jan 11, 2009

    my dash has lost all power. except radio. no bulbs blown because all indicator lights are on and wont go off. none ot my gauges are working. fuses have been checked and seem to be fine. what next?

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Have you checked all the fuses? Sometimes even if the electronics fuses are good, there will still be another fuse(s) that cause some/all of the electronics to not work.

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Make sure you check all fuse locaions. there are often fuses inside the car under the dassh as well as outside under the hood. check your owners manual for all fuse box locations.

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