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12-05-2010 12:17 AM
91wrangler girl
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Originally Posted by pilot
I have a 2000 Jeep Wrangler Sport with about 120K miles on it. Every winter my heat goes out, and I spend at least 2 weeks of the winter making repeat trips to the auto repair shop--first they replace the resistors, then the relay switch, the blower motor, etc. I have also had the no bu5 come on my gauge panel, and I register a speed and RPM of 0. A couple of weeks ago, the battery gauge started going wild, and then afterward I cannot start my car. I have noticed that if any of the gauges are off I will experience the same thing--sometimes it is the oil gauge. I cannot count on the gas gauge, but that does not seem problematic. I have lost 2 days of work with my car in the shop this week and they will have it again Thursday. Still, the problem persists. Has anyone else dealt with this? Thanks!
So I see u posted this quite a while ago ( new in here) I have all the same problems with my gauges. My gas tank is empty when it says I have half a tank, my heater just went out for the second time ( got it fixed a couple months ago) now woke up to go to work today and my heater wasn't working. It was 20 degrees outside and it was a cold ride lol. Have u figured out any reason as to why all the gauges and heater just go out? I'm no where near being a mechanic lol.

Thanks Chelsea
10-18-2008 10:45 AM
pilot
jeep gauges

I have a 2000 Jeep Wrangler Sport with about 120K miles on it. Every winter my heat goes out, and I spend at least 2 weeks of the winter making repeat trips to the auto repair shop--first they replace the resistors, then the relay switch, the blower motor, etc. I have also had the no bu5 come on my gauge panel, and I register a speed and RPM of 0. A couple of weeks ago, the battery gauge started going wild, and then afterward I cannot start my car. I have noticed that if any of the gauges are off I will experience the same thing--sometimes it is the oil gauge. I cannot count on the gas gauge, but that does not seem problematic. I have lost 2 days of work with my car in the shop this week and they will have it again Thursday. Still, the problem persists. Has anyone else dealt with this? Thanks!

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