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Q: Odometer,speedometer,temperature window's switch not working and shift stick stuck

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Hi..well i just notice that my 98 honda accord is not working appropiately.. the spedometer,odometer,temperature and window's switch are not working and the shift stick is stuck. ...the car does turn on and there is no leaking at all...thank u very much for your help i'll be waiting for the answer 馃槂

My car has 200 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

This is a difficult set of symptoms to diagnose without more detail, however it sounds like you may have an electrical short somewhere causing the gauges and switches to fail. I would suggest having an expert from YourMechanic come to your home to diagnose the electrical issue and help you repair any other issues accordingly.

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