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Why did the fuel gauge on my 2007 Toyota Corolla suddenly fail?

The fuel gauge on my 2007 Corolla suddenly failed and reads empty. I replaced the sending unit, as this is usually the cause. The gauge still doesn't work. I removed the instrument cluster to see if I could switch out only the gauge with a used one, but this doesn't appear possible. What has gone wrong here? Thank you. Mark B Handler

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Check the printed circuit on back of dash for open they can be repaired, also check for open in the signal circuit from the the fuel sending unit

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