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Old 05-07-2016, 11:37 PM   #1  
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I have read numerous thread where people are having situations where the instrument panel goes crazy, zeros out, idiot lights come on, etc. No one has come up with a solution. I've changed the instrument panel, fuse box. Please help we use this car for my husband's work. Car doesn't run, he makes no money. He travels across country. Our mechanic can't figure it out. Any suggestions?
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do you have an aftermarket radio?
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No factory radio. Already tried unhook in it. No changes.
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does your information display say power steering?
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Yes we tried unplugging power steering. No change.
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dud you unplug the 2 power connections? when this happened to me i left the control module plugged in and removed the two connectors with the large gauge wiring
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I'll have him try. I know he unplugged one at a time. He will be home with the car Monday and is going back to the shop but it's getting expensive. It seems like it should be a simple solution.
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