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    While driving to work today all my dials shut down (ie) Speedo,Rev counter,Petrol gauge and Temp gauge.

    Was really confused as all the other electrics worked and the car still drove.

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    Probably the main connection is loose or dirty behind the clocks or maybe a fuse has blown. Not sure which fuse but I'm sure some else can let you know.

    I have heard that if you disconnect the battery for 30 mins the re connect it might bring your dials back to life. Not sure how true that is however.

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    Fuse 17 in passenger side fuse box

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    Mine done the same a couple of months ago. After a lot of reading on this site it looked like the problem was a bad connection on the wiring plug on the abs unit. I disconnected it, sprayed plug and pins with wd40, re-connected and all was fine. Still ok now.

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    Mine came back to life by just pressing the trip mileage reset button.

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