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The LCD display on my 2018 GT Sport has stopped--the Owner's Manual doesn't show a fuse for it in either fuse box. Is there one? i made an appointment with the dealer in a few days, but hoping the solution is simple. Thanks in advance!
 

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The LCD display on my 2018 GT Sport has stopped--the Owner's Manual doesn't show a fuse for it in either fuse box. Is there one? i made an appointment with the dealer in a few days, but hoping the solution is simple. Thanks in advance!
Today the display worked again! So it can't be a fuse. Then it stopped Then it worked again. I'm guessing a loose or corroded connection. I'm still going to the dealer as they are also going to do a recall. Will update. With any luck my experience may be helpful to someone else.
 

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Today the display worked again! So it can't be a fuse. Then it stopped Then it worked again. I'm guessing a loose or corroded connection. I'm still going to the dealer as they are also going to do a recall. Will update. With any luck my experience may be helpful to someone else.
The dealer today said that the connection at the LCD display was at fault--requiring a new display (covered under warranty). Of interest the new display will need the odometer mileage entered manually--there is no crossover data from the old one.
 

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The dealer today said that the connection at the LCD display was at fault--requiring a new display (covered under warranty). Of interest the new display will need the odometer mileage entered manually--there is no crossover data from the old one.
The dealer ordered a new LCD display, called when it came in and I made an appointment to have it installed. They indicated a 3 hour job--the dash and the instrument panel had to be taken apart. What they failed to mention is that the old one AND the new one had to be shipped to California to transfer the odometer reading from the old to the new one. (Remember that it is a federal offense to alter odometers, so apparently it cannot be done locally.) It will take about a week. I, of course, didn't have a ride home--an hour away. Happily they were able to provide a loaner. The joy continues.
 
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