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Old 01-26-2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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Default 08 Aura Instrument Cluster Needles all read zero

Was driving home from shopping looked at my instrument panel which looked like it always does except that ALL the needles were registering zero. I am bright enough to know that this in no way should effect the driving of the car, it doesn't, but have no idea what is wrong with it. I am hoping it is tired and will get better but if that isn't the case I would greatly appreciate a couple things to troubleshoot or jiggle or..... replace. Thank you

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Default Re: 08 Aura Instrument Cluster Needles all read zero

Did this occur in freezing temps? A co-worker had this occur to his Avalanche a few weeks ago when NYC weather dropped below freezing for a few days. Went to work one morning without any instrument panel indications and asked around what it might be. In the end, as the day warmed up above freezing and we went home, he had everything come back to normal. A freak anomaly. See if yours recovers without doing anything otherwise the body control module handles most of the instrument panel gauges and is not (normally) affected by temperature extremes. The other possibility may be ground connection issues with the instrument panel.

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Old 01-27-2012, 08:36 AM   #3
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Default Re: 08 Aura Instrument Cluster Needles all read zero

turns out it was just tired :0), it was 74 degrees. Thank you for answering, I am not sure if I will have to refer back to this thread, I hope not.....

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