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Sounds like they were behind the dash. If they were then you need to pull it yourself to make sure everything is done right. The gauge lights and the A/C control lights are supplied seperately, sounds like they missed it. The ammeter jumping could be a loose wire or bad connection, check the voltage with a analog multi meter. The speedometer cable could be pinched, this will cause it to bounce as it winds up, then unwinds. The radio I would guess more forgotten connectors or grounds. Find out if they pulled the whole dash or just pulled on all the wires. Like the other poster said, check all the connectors behind the glove box, above the passenger feet. The radio plugs are to the right of the center hump under the carpet.

> I have a 73 240Z.

> Oh where do i start... I got in a wreck
> about 2 months ago and the body shop people
> have been putting it back together and they
> did not do a very good job with some of the
> car. OK at night my back lights on the tack
> sppedomoeter and all the other gauges don't
> work. The gagues themselvs work but the
> lights don't. The lights over the heater and
> the ac controls are lit up but the others
> don't work. The ampmeter is really jumping
> when I rev the engine so HELP. My choke
> light never goes off even when i am not
> using the choke. My speedometer does not
> work but bounces all over the gauge but my
> odometer works just fine. My ac fan which
> usually turns on when I turn the knob does
> not work so I can't get any hot air out the
> vents only yhe defrost. I saw the fuse was
> burned out so i reaplaced that and it went
> out right after I turned on the car I didn't
> even have the fan turned on. My radio which
> is stock DOES NOT WORK now it does not even
> turn on and the green light does not even
> turn on. All has gone to **** with my car
> and I know theose people will fix some of
> the car but I must know how to fix some of
> the problems.
> Please people Help me fix my old car great
> again!!!!!!

> Dustin Morris
 
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