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DIC screen flickers on my 2014 chevy spark

The DIC screen will flicker off and then will only display what gear I am in and the RPMs only. After parking and letting the car sit it goes back to the normal screen when started. There are no codes either.

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Your Display will Eventually Stop alltogether. Happened on my 2000 Blazer and had to replace with Aftermarket Stereo. Dealer wanted WAY too much for new unit.

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In some 1999/2000 Cougars the wire between the battery and the voltage regulator(altenator) had a resistance reading that is too high. Ford has issued an TSB 00-25-6 that has instructions on how to replace this wire. The part # for the replacement wire is
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Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Flickering dash lights and erratic guages in 2005 town & country

We have a 97 T&C AWD... same thing happened to us. We had to bought a new Body Control Module... that didn't fix it. We ended up buying a new insturment cluster. Hope that helps some.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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Your alternator is starting to show its age. If you get it tested you will likely find that under load it is not putting out 14+Volts. It is probably closer to 12 and it's time to retire it or get it rebuilt. If the battery is the same age as the alternator get it tested as well with a "load test" to make sure it is still healthy. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Impala won't shift into park

to get the key out just set the parking brake and put in neutral, but i agree with the first solution probably bad selector cable or linkage.

Posted on Mar 08, 2010

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