[DML] Re: voltmeter
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[DML] Re: voltmeter

The answer is yes - I had one go bad years ago - However, in my 
experience, if it is bad it is bad. No - sometimes it works. What you 
may be experiencing is a poor connection in the harness to the dash or 
a poor/broken ribbon connection in the dash circuitry.

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Sean" <sweitzel@...> wrote:
> Has anyone ever seen the DMC voltmeter go bad? This one seems to
> "stick" in the 0 volt position. Only rarely will it "wake up" and
> measure correctly. I've taken apart the instrument cluster a few times
> now and cleaned the contacts very thoroughly which will restore
> functionality until it sits off overnight and cools down. Does anyone
> have just the gauge itself they'd want to sell to me cheap? I see
> Grady has the volt and temp gauge as a whole assembly, but I don't
> need all of that.
> Sean
> 3231
> 6597

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