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W-B Brian 11-10-2011 03:07 PM

Gauges don't work
 
My gauges in my 95 2.5 don't work. Does anyone have a wiring diagram they can send me so I can check all the wiring? Also looking for other things to check. Thanks.

YjMudslinger 11-10-2011 04:12 PM

Wiggle ur instrument fuse around you might have some corrosion in there, that was my problem

Garyk 11-10-2011 04:26 PM

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Originally Posted by YjMudslinger (Post 1735533)
Wiggle ur instrument fuse around you might have some corrosion in there, that was my problem

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W-B Brian 11-11-2011 02:20 PM

I cleaned off the fuse and started her up and the gauges still didn't work. I'll take a look at it this weekend, what would be the next thing to check?

guardian262 11-11-2011 02:48 PM

Strange that all of them are inop. Did you check to see if the wiring harness in the back is plugged in?

W-B Brian 11-11-2011 03:10 PM

Not yet, I will check that tomorrow morning.

W-B Brian 11-12-2011 11:29 AM

3 Attachment(s)
Here is what I'm dealing with... The plug is plugged in for the center gauges which don't work. However, there are these plugs that were being the speedo and the tach which also do not work lol. I am terrible with electrical issues so any help is greatly appreciated lol

guardian262 11-12-2011 12:08 PM

Here is some info from the Factory Service Manual.

GAUGES
If an individual gauge is inoperative, see the diagnostic
procedure under the heading for that gauge. If
more than one gauge in the main cluster or gauge
package cluster is inoperative, perform the following:
(1) Check fuse 9 in the fuseblock module. If OK, go
to next step. If not OK, replace fuse.
(2) Check for battery voltage at fuse 9 with ignition
switch in ON position. If OK, go to next step. If
not OK, repair open in circuit from ignition switch
and/or refer to Group 8D - Ignition Systems for testing
of ignition switch.
(3) Turn ignition switch to OFF. Disconnect battery
negative cable. Remove the affected instrument cluster
bezel and cluster assembly. Disconnect the cluster
connector.
(4) Connect battery negative cable. Turn ignition
switch to ON. If problem is in main cluster, check for
battery voltage at cavity 3 and cavity 19 of main
cluster connector. If problem is in gauge package
cluster, check for battery voltage at cavity 2 and cavity
12 of gauge package cluster connector. If OK, go
to next step. If not OK, repair open in circuit from
fuse 9 as required.
(5) Turn ignition switch to OFF. Disconnect battery
negative cable. Probe cavities 14 and 20 of main cluster
connector, or cavities 1 and 13 of gauge package
cluster connector. Check for continuity to a good
ground. There should be continuity. If OK, replace
the cluster printed circuit. If not OK, repair open in
circuit as required.


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