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Hello, my name is***** for the question. Did all of these fail at the exact same time?
Thank you. Last question. When you jumped the truck do you possibly accidentally touch the cables backwards at any point?
Thanks. In the interior fuse box these are the fuses that need to be checked as they provide various power to the cluster. I would not only check the visually but also for battery voltage. They are cruise, gauges, clstr, rdo, ctsy, rdo ign and illum. Let me know what you find.
Not a problem. It sounds like one of these fuses are blown or maybe has a bad connection.
Yes, these should have the same voltage as the battery.
The next place to check is the ground on the back of the engine. The ground may be loose or corroded. If these are fine then you may have an issue with connection at the fuse box under the dash.
It is possible that it went out, but that is not too common on this truck. Did you splice into anything while doing the fog lights?
Which fuse actually blew?
That could have steered us in the right direction. There is another ground under the passenger side of the dash near the kick panel that can affect these systems. I would check this. If it is fine then you will need a scan tool that communicates with the truck to see if the cluster is bad.
If they have a higher end scan tool then they may be able to. I have seen a few parts stores with them, but it usually has to be done at a shop. I really do not think that it is the cluster though.