Did you check all the fuses or just the Cluster one? The last time I shorted
out my cluster, the Cluster fuse was fine and it was another fuse down there
that was actually blown. Took me awhile to find it too. Best thing is to use
a fuse checker, as opposed to yanking them all out.
Wish I could see that schematic:) All fuses in the side panel and under the
hood are good. Checked both sides with a meter, key on. 12 volts both sides
of all fuses. I'm not able to "logic out" what would be common. The tach
should come from the engine control module, would the odometer and
speedometer come from there too? What about the warning lamps, oil pressure,
alternator and so on? Do they have a common power source? BTW: The dash
illumination lamps work.
I'm starting to get the idea some Pack Rats got into something. I looked
everywhere under the hood, and no sign of them???
Thanks for helping,
The schematic shows that the powertrain control module operates your
indicating lamps via the class 2 serial data link. The fact that your check
engine light illuminates tells me that all the indicators have power to
them. The check engine light gets power from the same source as the other
indicators but is separately turned on/off by the engine control circuitry.
The PCM might be cause of your problem or possibly loose serial data
connections at the cluster.
Found a wiring diagram. The dash is serial. Has two serial circuits with a
decoder in the dash. The data comes from the ECM and goes through the body
control module and on to the dash. I have a feeling this is not going to be
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