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Old 05-19-2008, 10:55 AM
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my cluster guages in my 1999 s10 don't seem to be working except my oil and battery guage are the only ones that seem to work can u help me

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Old 05-19-2008, 11:08 AM
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my cluster guages don't seem to be working except my oil and battery guage are the only ones that seem to work can u help me
A Little more info would be helpful like what kind of car
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my cluster guages in my 1999 s10 don't seem to be working except my oil and battery guage are the only ones that seem to work can u help me
I'd say 1999 Chevy S10...

Kinda sounds like you've got some corrosion, or bad grounds
in the cluster...

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I'd say 1999 Chevy S10...

Kinda sounds like you've got some corrosion, or bad grounds
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He added it after. if you look at my quoted text from his original post it wasnt there. Im old but not that old
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He added it after. if you look at my quoted text from his original post it wasnt there. Im old but not that old

After looking at the time stamps, I apologize thinking you're as
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Edit: Hey you're older than me...

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