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Old 1st August 2008
pavedave80 pavedave80 is offline
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Default 94 900s gauges fail

Hi all,
1994 900s w/2.3 non-turbo 5-speed. I am looking for help with my car. The gauges will go blank. you know not work while everything else is working. I have tried a new ignition switch and playing with the connectors to the switch with no luck. If I had comprehensive insurance, I would be afraid of a fire! I am very frustrated as this is the car my 17yo daughter drives it. No gauges, no drivey.
I will try the messing with gauge cluster this weekend.

Can anybody scan the wiring diagram pages that apply to the dash and ignition switch and e-mail them to me? I would be forever in your debt.

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The Haynes manual does have a fair wiring schematic , but its for the English 2.0 liter w/o the DIC and AC and turbocharger....so its value is limited...

Check the earth at E14 (base of LS "A" pillar).
I have had my cluster out, I think the electrical connector is good quality... maybe I am just lucky...

How well do your warning lights operate during the 10 second "pre - flight" ??
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