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Old 12-15-2011, 02:50 PM
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Don't know of that is the correct name or not for the cluster that gives you the temp, MPG, miles left on tank, etc. Does anyone know if there is a certain fuse that runs that? Looked in owners manual, found nothing specifically for that; however found 2 -10 amp fuses for "instrument cluster" and both were good.
"info center" stopped working, and figured I'd look for a fuse first.
Anyone have one quit working?
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Is it the overhead console?
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yes, has 2 buttons, one to toggle between outside temp, avg MPG, miles to empty; and other button to change to celsius or fahrenheit
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yes, has 2 buttons, one to toggle between outside temp, avg MPG, miles to empty; and other button to change to celsius or fahrenheit
One or more of the chips have come loose in it. Look here for repair. Overhead computer Fix - Easy and it works
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Great info...thanks for passing on, and I will sure give that a try!
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Great info...thanks for passing on, and I will sure give that a try!
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