Electrical Cluster Lights Not Working

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  1. Farrell5.0

    Farrell5.0 Not sure what "DP" means, but know's he likes it!

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    My cousin was removing my strut tower brace and made contact on this metal piece that is hooked to the relay. At least it seems that's what he hit. [​IMG]

    Now my cluster lights and pillar gauge lights don't work, yet my pillar gauge power sources are tapped to the headlight switch and my headlights still work. Oh and my tail lights don't work either. All fuses are good, I visually inspected and used a test light on both sides of all fuses. I even unhooked the cable connected the metal piece on the really and went straight to the relay post and they still don't work. CEL, blinkers and other warning lights work, just not the numerical portion. I put a fuse in the open slot next to 13 and tail lights now work but cluster still won't light up. Hopefully I wrote this in a way that isn't confusing lol
     
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    if i remeber correctly that metal thing is a fuse for your power windows. probably not it. check if your power windows still work.
     
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    Farrell5.0 Not sure what "DP" means, but know's he likes it!

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    Yes my windows still work. I was out driving last night and when I turn the headlights on, I can see really faint light behind the cluster.
     
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