You Can't Polish A Turd:6:58 that's it!!!!!! The god damn antitheft bullcrap!!!!!! Thanx now I know now I need to learn how to fix it I'm rewatch It. $160 extra key bull crap!!! I wish they would steal my damn van!!!!!
David Beller, MD.: Thanks for the tip. Going to have to do the same thing on an F-250 cluster. Guess that's China made components for ya. Thanks....
Gerórimo “Tito” Calderon: hola tengo Chrysler modelo 1998 Town & Country la cual no trabaja el tablero y no enciende; prende 3 segundos y se apaga y enciende la lámpara de alarma, en ocasiones vuelve aprender el tablero y enciende. Se revisó lo siguiente, se quitó el tablero y se revisó la soldadura y se re soldó nuevamente, y nada se probó con otro tablero y nada, se revisó las tierras que van abajo de la batería y están bien, se revisó y se quitó el fusible IOD y nada, supuestamente revisaron módulo body que se ubica abajo del tablero la probaron en otra camioneta y funciona. Pero aclaro en ocasiones enciende normal dura un rato y falla nuevamente. La pregunta es si se pueden revisar módulos y si son reparables o hay otra cosa que está fallando... Gracias
George T. Sebek: Thanks so much! Your the only one I've found that's posted about this issue. My dash hasn't worked and my van stopped starting up. Obviously ya wanna think it's the battery then maybe the starter, fuses and so on. But after watching this video, I went ahead and pulled it out and checked the board. And there was 1 bad solder on the board! 1 bad solder and my van wouldn't start up and dash wouldn't work. So I fixed the 1 joint, put it back in and now everything works! I'm too happy, don't have the money or a new starter or anything like that. You the man. Keep it up!
george boutzioris: AWSOME .... you saved me from recycle this car..... THANKS AGAIN
Petar Petrovic: Heya, The best guide that I have noticed was on Volt daddy (just google it) Gotta be the most informative info on batteries and this kind of stuff that I have found.
Andy Griffith: Heya, The best info that I have saw was on Volt daddy (i did a google) I bet its the most helpful info on batteries and this things that i have found.
onjoFilms: I want to be happy again, so I'm gonna try that.
Dan Nelson: Great video! Thanks for the info
Daniel Martinez: 😉😉😉
vmwindustries: Thanks so much Brian! You da man! Cheers!
drummer17562: I have fixed the cluster before and resoldered the connector to correct the cluster. When the engine starts and then suddenly stops... this is a TPS issue. It's easy to replace just need a torx get it loose.
JackKelleyMusic: I am SO glad you have this video. I have been having this problem twice now with my 1999 caravan. The first time wiggling relays fix it. But now I realize that was a fluke, Hitting the dash solved it and the van started. So now at least I know what to try to fix. I don't know if I have the confidence to take off the dash though. But at least I know what's wrong.
sticksbass: great vid! i think im going to have to do this for my 96 caravan bc the gages dont work. is there solder spots for the airbags too since my air bag light glows? thanks!
Jashae Slaughter: Dude! Thank you so much. After I watched this video, I went out and slap the dashboard and all the lights came on. So that I know what the problem is. I'm just going to have to use percussive maintenance for a while until I can get it fixed for real.
Jason Krull: Hey my van did the exact same thing. But here is thing if you are saying the problem is in the circuit board, why does the van still run with out the cluster in the van?
Quantum Leap: Hi Brian, those "burn marks" in the odometer and PRNDL display are there from the factory. They are "getters" that ensures there is a good vacuum inside the fluorescent displays.
DACITYISMINE1: This the second time use your video to fix my 97 van. I was stranded at work and did all the step you said to do and I got home thanks once again and make some more great video's ."keep doing your thing"
Travis Gill: Man your video helped me...Mine looked fine but I just went over them again with my soldering Iron and now they work......Thanks so much
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