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Ok, I have searched the forums and have not found this problem....so here goes...

All instruments read ZERO....they don't even twitch...not sure what the deal is....it will act up for a couple days then work fine for a long time....

I don't know if there is a correlation with wet conditions, but as I recal when it happened in the past it was dry.

I don't know if anyone else has seen this. Perhaps just a loose ground, but that's hard to find......Anyone have ideas where I can start....perhaps this can be a home garage fix....

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I think there is a fuse for the cluster...check that first. Also, how old are your batteries? Weak batteries will cause stupid electronic problems.
 

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wow thanks for the quick replys.

Just bought this truck....so I am not sure how old the Batts are.

The Truck is a 2003 2500HD crew Duramax w/LB7

The problem only happens *or doesn't for that matter* when you start the car....they never stop working when in use......sometimes you finish with the truck and all is fine and then 1 hour later you go out to it again and it's a no go.

I did know about this problem from the start....I am not too worried as I got a great deal on the truck and can afford to put a few bucks into it.....it was also my father in laws....so I know the history....I will ask him about the battery age and go from there as well.

Again thanks for the quick replys.....nice work... :)
 
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