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Old 07-07-2019, 10:20 AM   #1
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Instruments Dead 2009 Monaco Camelot

I have a 2009 Monaco Camelot. Rolling down the road i lost all instrumentation on dashboard. No mph, rpm temps or pressures. Diagnostics dead. Any ideas?
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I have a 2009 Monaco Camelot. Rolling down the road i lost all instrumentation on dashboard. No mph, rpm temps or pressures. Diagnostics dead. Any ideas?
Electric-powered gauge loss means loss of power, either fuses or a defective ground.


I take it your air pressure gauges are not mechanical....
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Electric-powered gauge loss means loss of power, either fuses or a defective ground.


I take it your air pressure gauges are not mechanical....
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Common for the dash cluster to loose it’s ground...run another one.
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