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Old 01-15-2010, 08:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Interior Turn Signals, Digital Clock and Odometer do not work

I have a 2004 Chevy Epica which had to have its ignition cylinder replace because the tumblers of the old one froze/locked some how. The houseing was also replaced via the installing of a used steering column from a junk yard; however the ignition cyclinder that came with the steering column gave GM a problem to find the code to make a new key for it.

We eventually had to get a brand new ignition cylinder and key in order to get the car on the road again.

Now that everything is all said and done, the interior turn signal indicators on the dash, the digital clock and the odometer no longer work (no illumination).

How do I go about troubleshooting this now? Could it be a fuse?

I already dished out $800 on all the troubleshooting and repairs for the ignition cylinder, I can't afford to put any more in this car.

Your responses are greatly appreciated.
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Sound stupid...but did you check fuse in cabin or under the hood???
It look's like burned fuse, could be during replacemant of broken part...
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I brought the car back to the shop, they checked the fuses and said the fuses were all fine. They said it could possibly be the bulbs that light up those instruments on the dash.

Thing is now, I realized the 'MODE' and 'RESET' buttons to toggle the Trip/Odometer don't work either because it is just stuck on the Odometer.

I'll have to bring the car in again and have them take a look at the wiring.
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I'll have to bring the car in again and have them take a look at the wiring.
Your right, also go to service which replase your lock, becouse it is probably their fault... and if the problem occured after thet service.
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I looked in GM SI-the problem is in connector C224-they probably didn't plug it in when they put the dash bezel back in. All the symptoms you list are directly related to this connector-all the circuits you list are in this connector. Have them reomve the bezel again and plug this thing back in and it should be OK.
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Thank you very much for your reply, northeastXL7. I will advised the guys at the shop when they have a replacement vehicle available for me to swap cars.

Hopefully this is the only issue and re-plugging this connector will fix everything.

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I looked in GM SI-the problem is in connector C224-they probably didn't plug it in when they put the dash bezel back in. All the symptoms you list are directly related to this connector-all the circuits you list are in this connector. Have them reomve the bezel again and plug this thing back in and it should be OK.
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