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Q: Gauges not working.

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My gas gauge and RPM gauge are not working. How difficult would this be to fix?

A: It really depends on if the problems are re...

It really depends on if the problems are related or not, they might share the same ground but they get different signals from their respective sensors. It could be as easy as changing the entire dash gauges or it could be an electrical fault in the wiring. You can have this issue inspected by a certified mechanic.

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