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dashboard resets constantly

This is a discussion on dashboard resets constantly within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; ya for sure get the cluster since there is a tsb...

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    ya for sure get the cluster since there is a tsb

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    arent the ss's supposed to do a gauge check tho?

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    wow...talk about timing. i went to get something to eat and got home. parked the car. went inside to grab the keys for my other car (i was going to swap the batteries)...found out that the monte carlo battery is dead from sitting for a month. anyway. i go check the camaro...and the battery is 100% dead. so it's on a charger right now on slow 12v for an hour to bring it back up. i'll get a new battery for it today if i can.

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    Is there a mod for that. To make your needles all max out and then reset at the appropriate level, you know like how it is with the vettes when they start up.

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