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The reverse shift lockout, speedometer, cooling fans and shift light quit

(1994 Dodge Viper)
in Schertz, TX on December 31, 2011
After further research, it looks like I have lost a few things at once...has anyone seen this happen...been told it could be the ignition switch and also the computer...any others seen this happen
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of Auto Specialty, Inc. on January 01, 2012
I would suggest finding a trusted repair shop that is familiar with electrical diagnostics and repair. You will need an electrical system schematic to locate which circuits are down or low voltage. On the other hand, if you have a test light and you look in your owners manual and locate the accessories that are no working, you might see which fuses are dead to lead you to a possible defective ignition switch, fuse link or poor connection. Greg
on January 01, 2012
all fuses are powered..so I guess that rules out the ignition switch...
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