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Most likely,. This is an issue. With the multifunction switch or the instrument cluster, some thorough testing needs to be done, apparently there is a short-circuit, the most common problem when researching technical service bulletins is a problem in the multifunction switch, which has to be replaced by an experienced technician because it's under the steering wheel underneath the airbag. Please rate my service, I will continue to answer your questions, until you are completely satisfied with my answers.
Good possibility your issue is in the cluster itself which is non serviceable and will have to be replaced
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You would need to be extremely proficient in the use of a digital volt ohm meter, and you would need specific color coded wiring diagrams for your vehicle according to your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) , go here for diagrams , www.alldatadiy.com. If you are not proficient with a volt ohm meter it would be best to search out a technician of you choice in your area. Please RATE my service on the ratings page, if you have additional questions I will answer them, until you are completely satisfied with my answers.