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Old 06-18-2005, 05:23 PM   #1
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Long story short is i got this 94 SSE. Its got some electrical probs that are giving me fits. The Dash flips out, Idles rough and all with no bad codes. I am out of things to try.

I would even be willing to pay one of the kind folks from this board if they are local and can help. Thanks

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I am local and may be able to help
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When you say dash flips out. Please explain further. Do the oil pressure, temp and third gauge go nuts?
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Its weird. The oil temp and charging gauges go nuts even when the dash is work. Funny thing is the Charging is fine when i tested it with volt meter and a snap on code reader.

My kid was sitting it the car one day when it was running and i shut the hood. He said the entire dash blinked on and off when the hood closed

All this aside i am having problems with the motor. Last time i drove it it stranded me . the motor died. I check and it was getting spark. So i guessed I was not getting gas. Well there was pressure in the fuel rail. I'm stumped..

One thing I would bet money on is there is a ground problem.
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Probably ground or plug in dash. Low voltage will cause gages to act weird.
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Brand spanking new battery and the alternator is putting out 14.1 volts. I was thinking loose plug or something behind the dash to.
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