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foiler1

guages won't work

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foiler1

hi all, i have a 2000 malibu response lx. last year the tach spedo and gas guage would go in and out. This year none of the guages work including the oil psi and temp. i bought a new computer and still nothing. i have to assume i have a bad ground somewhere but am unsure where to look.I did take the dash off to see but didnt know what to look for. any deatailed info would be VERY much appreciated. Thanks in advance!!!!!!!!!!!

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AzJay99
hi all, i have a 2000 malibu response lx. last year the tach spedo and gas guage would go in and out. This year none of the guages work including the oil psi and temp. i bought a new computer and still nothing. i have to assume i have a bad ground somewhere but am unsure where to look.I did take the dash off to see but didnt know what to look for. any deatailed info would be VERY much appreciated. Thanks in advance!!!!!!!!!!!

Odd my 99 Response has the same issue. Last year no problem, this year nothing want's to work. Also having a strange draw on the Batt. Can't seem to keep a charge on the Batt's.

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hi all, i have a 2000 malibu response lx. last year the tach spedo and gas guage would go in and out. This year none of the guages work including the oil psi and temp. i bought a new computer and still nothing. i have to assume i have a bad ground somewhere but am unsure where to look.I did take the dash off to see but didnt know what to look for. any deatailed info would be VERY much appreciated. Thanks in advance!!!!!!!!!!!

For me, I noticed last weekend that my gas gauge reads empty at 1/4 full when pulling a skier. I assume this is typical though...is it not? I have also noticed that the ballast guages are far from accurate as well....but I'm hearing that they are intended to serve as general guides?

My dealer tells me "What do you expect? These things aren't like Swiss watches."

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