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Gas gauge, cruise control quit after front end collision.

After a front end collision with a tree I noticed that after all the parts werer put back together my gas gauge doesn't work any more and i don't have cruise control. are they related or two seperate problems and how do i fix each?

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THEY ARE SEPARATE PROBLEMS, YOUR GAS GAUGE PROBLEM COULD BE ELECTRICAL OR THAT YOU NEED TO REPLACE YOUR FUEL PUMP WHICH IS INSIDE THE GAS TANK. AS FOR THE CRUISE CONTROL PROBLEM, IT COULD BE AS SIMPLE AS THE SWITCH BEING BROKEN.

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