In your opening post you didn't mention that the gauge needles point in opposite directions. You only said that they don't work. Now you are saying they point in opposite directions. No, I am not trying to rush you, it's only that I have spent a lot of time trying to figure out why some fuses have no power and you want to ask questions beyond that point when my first question would be does the fuse have power.
Then after all this time, after giving you numerous instructions, diagrams, etc I have gotten nothing for my time and have been waiting patiently for the results of some few tests about voltage to them fuses and instead you jumped ahead wanting to replace the ignition switch instead of just testing it like I asked and I even gave you the instructions for that and plus, arming and disarming the air bag, which in my mind we shouldn't have even been doing at this point because I just wanted to test the ignition switch to determine why them fuses has no power and now you ask me if changing the ignition switch will fix the power problem to the instrument cluster.
Now, I have to stop. Because I sent you a offer for additional services which I assume you either denied or simply ignored, which means to me I will most likely get no credit at all for any of my time and even if I did, later on you would probably ask for a refund anyhow and/or give me a poor rating, which I assume you will anyhow even after receiving all of this free information. Now, you want to put this project on hold, which I might add, this post has been timed out for over 13 days. That should tell you something. Usually we like to work on things quickly and move onto the next customer. After all, for some of us including myself this is our only job, so therefore I am sorry to inform you that I will not be continuing to help you with this problem or any other problems you may have with this vehicle at this time. If you feel you still need help after I opt out, you could relist this item or open a new post if you want to but I am done, sorry!