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Intermittent gauges usually mean a bad ground connection for the gauges. Things to check: look for multiple ground connections at one screw to chassis frame & tighten it; check large connector at rear of instrument cluster for good connection; replace gauges fuse - it can be cracked. If none of those work, than instrument cluster circuit board will probably have to be replaced - which means removing the cluster.
I presume you are talking about your instrument panel not operating correctly. Pull out your instrument panel and check the connections on the rear. Assuming that you have power to the panel and that the wiring is fine, then I would point to the panel itself being at fault and requiring replacement. It is unusual for all gauges to fail simultaneously unless the instrument cluster circuit board is faulty.
it is most likly a burnt out fuse, or the whole instrument cluster is shot. that happened to my 2002 impala. all gauges froze, and nothing worked. I would check the fuse first before replacing the entire cluster. Best of luck