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    Electrical issues

    Hi, my 88 safari has suddenly had the speedo, fuel, temp and oil pressure guages stop working. The tacho and volt meter are working fine? Can anybody suggest where I could start looking.
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    I've always found when mutliple things start playing up/not working checking all your earths is the best place to start.

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    Check the fuses on the drivers kick panel mate.

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    Thanks, i checked the fuses before posting, but there must have been a connection issue, as I cleaned each fuse and crced them and it's all go again. Thanks for the advise. Can anyone suggest what the following is for? F7DF4BDF-431B-44D4-A659-291A240D1891.jpeg
    It was inside the passengers kick panel. Thanks

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    Grab a pkt of fuses that suit your patrol maybe a squirt
    of CRC on the fuse may stop corrosion on your fuse
    panel.
    well done finding the problem
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    looks like something for the stereo unit,looks like it has clarion written on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nigelc View Post
    Thanks, i checked the fuses before posting, but there must have been a connection issue, as I cleaned each fuse and crced them and it's all go again. Thanks for the advise. Can anyone suggest what the following is for? F7DF4BDF-431B-44D4-A659-291A240D1891.jpeg
    It was inside the passengers kick panel. Thanks
    In a an Auto TB42e GQ, there's usually an ECU in the passenger kick panel.... But that photo looks like an amp


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    It's one of these.

    0282s.jpg

    A Clarion EP-693H. An original Nissan fitted 24v to 12 voltage converter.
    Apart from that, I couldn't find anything else but it looks like a prime candidate for your gauge problems.


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