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Water temp gauge stopped working

I have replaced the thermostat and thermostat sensor in my 1994 ranger 4.0 ,but the gauge worked for a while but now the needle does not work. I see that there are two sensors,one with a single wire and the other has connector which has two wires coming from it (this is the one that I replaced) Every thing else works but the temp needle

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It is the other sensor
the two wire is for you engine control computer

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