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Old 03 Oct 2012, 01:04 am
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Default gauges not working

I have a 2002 touring edition. About 10 minutes after I got to work I got back in my car and none of the gauges worked. My turn signals still work and so does my radio. After my second job they still weren't working and there were no lights coming from my dashboard. My dome doesn't turn on anymore when I open my door but it still works if I turn it on. I'm a delivery driver and I need my gauges to work....PLEASE HELP!
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Old 03 Oct 2012, 04:29 am
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Default Re: gauges not working

Try the #10 fuse in the interior fuse box marked "Cluster" to see if that fuse is still good.
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