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My dash lights don't come on when I start my car in thr morning

When I start my car in the morning, 1 out of 3 times the car starts and functions but the dash does not. This means I can not see the speed, gas, mileage etc. Also it does not track the miles that I am driving. It only happens in the morning too. Very strange problem. It seems to happen more in the cold but not limited to cold weather.

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What car is it.

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SOURCE: Car starts hard and runs rough in cold weather, undrivable

The correct spark plugs are very important. Glad to hear you got it fixed good.

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