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Hit a hole gas gauge stopped working

If something came loose when I hit the hole(since everything was fine until then) where would it come loose?

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Hi start at the fuel tank see if the wires are connected if so put the fuel gauges sender wire to ground the gauge should go to full if so change the sender unit if nothing moves see if the wires have come off the gauge yates210456

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You have most likely damaged the float on the gas guage sending unit, probaly the float fell of, you will have to pull the fuel tank to replace the sending unit.

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