Q: Cant get cluster mph, gas, temp gauge to work.

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About 2weeks ago was leaving my shop and my radio harness wire were exposed and one of the wires touched the tip of metal on antenna wire and caused a spark. And whole cluster wasn't working. So next day replace fuses that were burnt out and took out cluster to see if anything was burnt but didn't take it fully apart and taped up exposed wires. So I put it back hooked up harness to cluster an got everything working but the mph gauge. Then my truck wouldn't start one day. Replace burnt fuse then it started. And now mph, gas n temp gauge won't work. DTC codes P0440 Evap Canister, P0335 Crankshaft Position Sensor A Circuit Malfunction, P0128 Coolant Thermostat

My car has 207589 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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