1998 Plymouth Voyager – instrumentation does not work


All instrumentation does not work. Have checked all fuses and they are OK. What could be a possible problem and How to fix it?

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  1. Check to make certain you have power going to the instrument cluster assembly, If you do : Replacement of the cluster assembly may be required. There is either a circuit board( plastic ply-able, and held in by the light bulbs) that has to be replaced or in some instances the entire cluster assembly. If you have to replace the entire assembly, you will need the Title and proof of owner ship to buy it. Make sure you ask them if the price includes recalibrating the existing odometer. Don’t be afraid to call a dealers parts department and ask them how much for the part( have vin# ready ) and then ask them if they sell a lot of them …. they can let you know if it is a common failure or even a recall at times. If you call service, they will just try to convince you to bring it to them and let them fix it ( its there job to do so ) .

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