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Fuel and coolant gauges don't work

On my 2003 Chevy Avalanche my fuel and coolant gauges do not work at all.  What can I check or what parts might I need.

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You should check all the fuses and check the colent sencer on the block and check all the electrical conections coming from the tank if cant find any thing check the cluster and if bad replace

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