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I just replaced all of my gauges lights to LEDs and also placed the blue film over the digital display. Now I put everything back and I'm having a problem with the gauges. I can't get the gauges to reset and just lay flat on the needle holder.

I need all the help with this that I can get. I have the bigger gauges set but the 4 on the outsides are giving me problems. Any solutions?

ALL help is appreciated.
 

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Take the cluster out and re install it. I had this problem once in my other car and the connection wasnt good and the interference was causing the needles to be random and not right
 

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I removed it twice and it still did the same thing. This is really weird because normally it is just fine for me
 

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Try putting the stock bulbs back in and see? Maybe the LEDs have changed the resistance across the whole board and is screwing with things??
 

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I tried doing the reset with the tripometer reset but this is not like anything I've ever seen. This is really bugging me because I went for a ride in the truck and the only things that work are the RPMs and gas level. The speedo is off and so isn't the battery, radiator level, and oil level.
 

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I am having the same problem, just changed the color of my dash and the cluster face so I removed the needles. Now the they don't work.
 

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What is the tripometer reset you did? Can the reset be done for an 05 dodge. If so how?
I'm having issues with my battery needle and coolant needle after I swapped to blue needles.
 
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