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'01 F350 gauge problem

Gauges would bounce when the truck hit a bump.
Then, boom, all gauges went out completely.

Was told it HAD to be gems module.
Replaced it and...

Still no good

ideas?

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Fuse maybe?

How about the plug connectors on the back of the instrument cluster?
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Fuse maybe?

How about the plug connectors on the back of the instrument cluster?
Checked that before spending $

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Do you have the illumination in the cluster? If you had the pin-out of the cluster connector plugs you could at least test for proper power & grounds....

Could be internal to the cluster too, you could open it up and take a look for something obvious. Maybe check the J-Yard for one?
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