Dear customer, I apology for my delay and i understand the problem you have when temperatures are very low, sometimes over time the electronic components of the vehicle may fail, in this case your dashboard. I do not know if at this moment the vehicle already starts and works normally excluding the dashboard.
If so, it is very likely the problem is that you are clearly on the dashboard or basically the speedometer and oil temperature indicators may have been damaged, to corroborate this, it is necessary to use diagnostic equipment that allows you to test dashboard actuators, it is the best way to do it without disassembling the dashboard.
Now, the problem is that damage to the dashboard always requires a total replacement of the dashboard since the components cannot be replaced or easily repaired.
Now, if the vehicle still has ignition problems, I am concerned that it is a problem at the computer level of the dashboard connections that normally these electrical components can suffer from corrosion and problems in their connections due to the low temperatures, if so, What should you do at the outset to verify the connections of the computer and the dashboard also check the status of all the fuses located under the engine compartment and under the dashboard
If everything is correct we proceed to perform a reprogramming of the computer and if this does not correct the problem, we should replace the ECU.