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The gas guage on my 2003 toyota sequoia stopped working

My gas guage has stopped working so I can't tell how much gas I have

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    Sometimes the gas guage works; other times it does not. The problem seems to be spreading to all lights and guages on the instrument panel.



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I would check the fuse first, and if that isnt bad, there is a float in the gas tank that sends a message to the gauge to how much gas is in the tank

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