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Old 02-09-2012, 07:04 PM   #1
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Angry Guage cluster issue

So the past couple of days when I start my 2006 the guages stay all the way down (just like the trucks turned off) but they twitch around for a few seconds. After about 5 seconds everything rises to normal. Everything works fine while driving it only happens on startup. What does this mean? Whats getting ready to go out? Any ideas? The cluster never pegs they just twitch on startup then come to normal.

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Your battery is going to the grave. Replace it
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You're battery is about to crap out. They do that when they don't have enough voltage
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