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Gas gauge does not work

MY gas Gauge does not work and also my temp gauge does not work properly. the temp gauge begins in the red and then operates as if it is upside down. My wvehicle is a 2005 3.4 impala.

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    Gas gauge flips upside down

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    Gas and temp gauge not working

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