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Lost all cluster panel

dayvejonesdayvejones Posts: 1
edited July 2018 in Dodge
My 2002 Dodge 1500 pickup lost the cluster, all power to door locks, high beams, fog lights , looking for some information on how to fix it please anyone with knowledge on this issue I would greatly appreciated it thanks in advance

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  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 63,397
    Nobody can really pinpoint a problem like this from a distance on the Internet. First thing I'd do is check all your fuses and fusible links VERY carefully, even pulling them out and checking with an ohm meter.

    Then I think I'd do a "wiggle test" behind the dash to see if your problem is related to a loose wire/connector.

    Other than that, unless you have the skill, someone who is good with electrical circuits has to get in there and probe from the fuse box to the dashboard and see how far the signal is going. If it reaches the dash itself, you may have to pull out the instrument panel and send it off for repair.

    Very often, these things are caused by a loose solder joint somewhere.

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