The fuel and temperature gauge are not working.
In this case, it doesn’t hurt to start with the easy stuff. It is possible that a fuse may be blown or a connector may have come loose behind the instrument cluster. I would recommend starting with an inspection of the vehicle to diagnose the problem. The most likely cause is that a connector has come loose or a portion of the gauge cluster has gone bad. If the cluster is faulty, have it replaced as soon as possible to prevent future problems such as breaking down due to ignorance of your vehicle overheating or running out of fuel.
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