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All gauges but rpm not working,also there is no heat ,a/c

It had started out as a interminten problem but progressively got worse.I spent 800 dollars to have it so called"fixed" but the problem came back a short time after.The mechanic said he had changed the computer but i cant seem to find any new computer looking parts under the hood that are obviously new.So the problems are as follows no heat,no a/c,fan is working,no recirc function or light,no gas gauge as well as temp,speed,dome light has a mind of its own.I have checked all fuses and have found none bad.PLEASE HELP ME!!!

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