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Default New to me 2009 m8 - gauge cluster not working

Hello all-

Moved over here from the Polaris world.

Just picked up a 2009 m8 and a 2005 m7

Both have little issues.

The m8 had an inoperable gauge cluster. Nothing is seen. No lights no nothing. I have seen to check the fuses. Found 3 and all were good. Have seen to check the tail light. It works. Have unplugged and replugged gauges. Shill no joy. Next steps? PO stated it worked last season.

Ideas?
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Rob

PS the m7 has a couple issues as well but I will throw them in another thread.
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On my '09, the connector between the hood harness and the chassis isn't sealed real well. My speedo started reading zero all the time. When I unplugged this connector, it was starting to turn green inside. I cleaned it out really well and used LOTS of dielectric grease to re-assemble it. Been working since.

Might check that connector... It's right at the front of the hood.
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