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T~Roc

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MFA not working
« on: Sep 02, 17, 12:50 »
Went for a drive to the Okanagan and found myself using my MFA often to keep an eye on my oil temp.
On way back I stopped for gas.
When I started her back up, saw "MFA" logo in clock area flash, then rad temp warning light flash, alternating 4 or 5 times then OFF!
Clock works, no MFA logo in it though.
Both speedo and RPM are no longer working.
Whenever I start her, MFA seems to begin but cuts out within 5 seconds.
 
Appealing to anyone who'd have any insight on how to repair.
Not sure where to start.

Thanks in advance, Dubberz
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Qogu

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Re: MFA not working
« Reply #1 on: Sep 02, 17, 13:35 »
If you have a extra cluster or know someone with a cluster then install it to see if that works, I would also start checking grounds.
« Last Edit: Sep 02, 17, 13:35 by Qogu »

Autohau5

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Re: MFA not working
« Reply #2 on: Sep 02, 17, 15:25 »
Check fuses 16 and 21.
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T~Roc

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Re: MFA not working
« Reply #3 on: Aug 19, 18, 00:08 »
If you have a extra cluster or know someone with a cluster then install it to see if that works, I would also start checking grounds.

Thanks Qogu
Cluster was the fault.
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