Re: Dash lights
What I have found is that when using a new printed circuit board you must bend the tabs out slightly on the bulb sockets, so that they put more pressure on the printed circuit board. You must also be sure that the small screws that go through the printed are tight enough to make good contact with the board. Sometimes I even have to add a small star washer to get a good contact. Use a continuity tester to test to be sure you have a ground from screw to screw on the back of the cluster. Have the car battery disconnected when doing this, or you could smoke the PCB. Grounds are a common problem for these clusters having electrical problems.
Last edited by RealRed70; Apr 30th, 16 at 10:31 AM.