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My father and I were rewiring the trailer lighting connector on the back of my truck. Someone before me had mis-wired it and blew every trailer fuse in the system. Well, we had the lights on with the truck off long enough to run the battery down. Well, now that the battery has been charged, none of my dash gauges are working.
The truck starts and runs just fine, just no tach, no speedo, no fuel gauge, no oil pressure, no voltage, and no water temp. The cluster still lights up, just no gauges.
What fuse did I blow?

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Is there an IPC/DIC fuse in the engine compartment fuse box?
IPC - instrument panel cluster
DIC - driver info center
 

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Is there an IPC/DIC fuse in the engine compartment fuse box?
IPC - instrument panel cluster
DIC - driver info center
Nothing labeled as those in either fuse panel.
Apparently the Truck Body Controller controls the gauges? There are several TBC fuses.
 

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Nothing labeled as those in either fuse panel.
Apparently the Truck Body Controller controls the gauges? There are several TBC fuses.
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@csltrains96 is trying to help you, listen to him
Under the hood, you have a fuse labeled ICP/DIC, check it {lower right of center}
 
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