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Old 02-21-2014, 08:36 AM   #1
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Some "Minor" electrical issues

Where I live, it has been around 20 degrees for the past two weeks. It snowed two weeks and now all of that is melting due to it being 45 degrees now. On my way to school this morning I had to go through, basically, a small lake in the road. So I slowed down from 55 to about 20 and as I went through it, I watched my speedometer fall to 0 as if the car wasn't even running. About 10 minutes later, the trip meter stopped working too. Luckily the tachometer still works at the moment so it is drivable. Does anyone have any clue of what it could be? Thanks! for the help!


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Where I live, it has been around 20 degrees for the past two weeks. It snowed two weeks and now all of that is melting due to it being 45 degrees now. On my way to school this morning I had to go through, basically, a small lake in the road. So I slowed down from 55 to about 20 and as I went through it, I watched my speedometer fall to 0 as if the car wasn't even running. About 10 minutes later, the trip meter stopped working too. Luckily the tachometer still works at the moment so it is drivable. Does anyone have any clue of what it could be? Thanks! for the help!
Hey FiveSpeedZX3,

That's cold. Are you still experiencing this concern? I recommend making an appointment with your dealer here.

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Old 02-21-2014, 02:45 PM   #3
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Ok, the problem fixed itself and I'm not going to argue with it :p
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