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1966 Crown Coupe, 2016 200 S AWD, 1962 Lark Daytona V8.
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Welcome to Allpar. It could be a dash connection/solder joint issue. The next time it happens, try thumping the top of the dash with your fist to see if the cluster gauges come back.
Try moving the tilt steering column up and down as some wiring harness issues occur here.
Try moving the ign switch slightly toward 'start' and 'off' to see if maybe the ignition switch is partially failing.
There may be fault codes stored in modules other than the PCM. The cluster (CCN) module can store fault codes, but would require a specialized scan tool to read them.
There is a cluster self-test that you can do. Have a pen and paper handy to write down any codes that may show up in the odometer display.
While pushing in the trip odometer reset button, roll the ign key from off to run and then release the odo button. The gauges and lights and digital display will go through their dance and codes/software revisions/etc may be displayed to you.
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