There are certain car gauges which are mandatory to have in a dashboard. These gauges are the speedometer, the temperature gauge, the fuel gauge, the tachometer, oil pressure gauge, charging system gauge, and odometer.
It's that part in front of the driver with the lights and gauges, radio, glove compartment, etc.
To change the gauges on a VTI the dashboard gauge bezel needs to be removed from the car. Once the bezel is off the gauges will be easily accessible. Replace the gauges.
I call it the instrument panel but it's also called the dashboard or dash panel
The dashboard is the assembly between the front seat and the windshield/firewall. The dash usually contains the gauges, radio, heater/ac, etc....
Usually the gauge in on the dashboard with all the other gauges. That way you can read it while driving.
loose battery connection, or dead battery.
Auto Meter manufactures many different kinds of gauges. Mostly they specialize in different styles of tachometers, the meters that measure speed on the dashboard of a car. They manufacture other gauges such as oil and engine temperature gauges and gauges specifically made for boats.
You don't say what kind of car but most require the gauges to be removed to take it off.
They are called gauges. Perhaps I don't understand the question. There is a fuel gauge, which tells you how much fuel you have, or an electrical gauge, or one that gauges speed. I guess depending on the gauge there is a different name. So your speed gauge is your speedometer. Your RPM gauge is the tachometer, and so on.
Look in your car manual and it will tell you what each symbol means. For example, check gauges light could be low on gas or oil.
Check your fuses in your fuse block you should have a fuse that says "gauges". If you fuses check good take it to a mechanic shop.
It could mean: 1. Ignition is off / engine is stopped 2. Fuse of dashboard is damaged 3. Problems with wire