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Temperature and fuel gages are not working

1999 Volkswagen Jetta 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Manual 73500 miles

When I turn on the car I hear 2 or 3 beep and the temperature signal starts flashing, also the gage does not work. The fans are working the coolant is full the fuses are fine. I don't konw what else to do.
Also the fuel gage does not work.

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Take it to a Dealer and have your gauges reset - you should also have your water pump replaced and you might as well have the Timing belt replaced also (usually at 80-90K)

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