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Q: Display panel broken

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The display panel is not working.

A: The display panel on this car is connected ...

The display panel on this car is connected through the computer data link and can be scanned to see if the problem is with the cluster or the wiring to the back of the cluster. There are no common problems with this panel and testing would need to be done to find the problem. I recommend having a mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, come and check the problem for you and give you a diagnosis.

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