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Gauges, tac, radio, and other things wont work

I was changing batteries on my 1997 Nissan 4x4 pu when I crossed the neg and positive cables on the batt and now gauges, radio, tac and horn will not work. The truck starts and runs...Any ideas?

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Check your fuses.

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