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    Default RMP, fuel , Temperature and Turn indicators all suddenly died :(

    i have Honda city 2002 exis aka sx8 , i was driving it yesterday and all of sudden RMP, Fuel , Temperature and Turn indicators all died . however head lights and all the other electronics were working . i went to electrician he changed the fuse and it all came back . then strange thing my horn keep blowing it self and after that i stopped the car and turn it off now the same problem appears again . what might be the problem and how i can solve it . HELP please

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    There is some electric issue, some wire must be damage and blowing the fuse again. Get it properly checked.


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    i have the same problem with a baleno in 2008, it was due to a breaker on a wire.
    that wire was from fuel tank and beneath back seat. At that time ,some days back, i changed the fuel tank and due to a mechanic's "khencha tani" that breaker starts sparking and root cause of the problem.
    And it took the electrician about 6hrs to find out that.
    So u should check the areas where the fuse was blown and in case u have some recent electric work done there

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