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My electrics are going crazy

I drive a 2000 Toyota Celica and for the last few days I’ve been seeing a lot of things going bad on my car. It started out with the gas gauge saying there was no gas in my car, and today I realized my door auto locks were no longer working and I also noticed that my auto lights are no longer working. I bought the car used and don’t have a lot of money to fix it so I was wondering if anyone could give me prices of what they believe is wrong and I did notice there was a car alarm under my hood I’ve never had a key-less entry so I never looked for one. So if there is anyone out there that could help me that would be great.
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Check all your fuses. You may have a short somewhere or the car may have been in a flood. Water damage??

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