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Old 12-21-2015, 09:10 AM   #1
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(Been band-aiding for a while)...parts of the cluster been bad for a while too...Latest issue...Driving home other night, whole panel dark. No speedometer and all gauges not working. Windows not working either. Get home, put in park(noticed door locks do not respond to "going into Park"...KEY will not turn off. Eventually, pulled ingnition fuse from under back seat to turn car off. Key is still in ignition (even now). Start car up by inserting fuse. Anyway this could be an easy fix?
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Well, you need access to a set of wiring diagrams......find schematics to everything that isn't working....then look for commonality.......either power or ground......If they share a common fuse or ground, that would be the first place to check.....

Have you checked all fuses for power? You have fuse blocks under rear seat and in engine compartment....
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Ignition switch maybe defective.
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Grandpa, that'* why I said to check for power from all fuses.....if you have more than one fuse without power and they all stem from the same leg of the ignition switch, then it is an ignition switch.......but you need a wiring diagram to check this....
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