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My fuel gauge and temperature gauge is not showing on my honda civic 2006

Is there a reset for it or what? i have changed the sensors

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Hi
you may have a facia fault. Either disconnect battery neg for 20min and see if that works. If not, i would go to local garage and get cat put on a scanner and see what is in the dtc codes.
Facia panels do fail and can be repaired by specialist firms.
Cheers
Roger

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