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Old 11-29-2012, 04:57 PM
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glow shift guages

Ok guys i was on vacation for a week and i started my truck today and went for a spin when i came home turned it off and my gauges stay lit. they won't turn off. it was 30 and 40s all week. they are glow shift.
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Let me know what you find out - I've been looking at these gauges for my truck - in the other 7.3 interior forum for say 95-98 or whatever years - there's a glow shift thread with a few owners - ask them -

My guess is bad ground but don't know how that'd happen over the weekend - moisture?
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Old 12-10-2012, 01:13 PM
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Mine did the same thing. Then when I started the truck it would lose its preset color. I ended up disconnecting it. Ive narrowed mine down to a bad gauge.
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Let me know what you find out - I've been looking at these gauges for my truck - in the other 7.3 interior forum for say 95-98 or whatever years - there's a glow shift thread with a few owners - ask them -

My guess is bad ground but don't know how that'd happen over the weekend - moisture?
Had two sets , on to bigger and better things now for a few more extra dollars. Not worth the savings in my opinion.
OP - you can call their tech help and they will guide you through the problem.
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