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Why won't the oil and temperature gauge work on

Why won't the oil and temperature gauge work on my 1988 ford ranger? We put another motor in it and now all gauges work except for the oil pressure gauge and the water temp gauge. All is connected. What now?

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You should switch the temperature sensor and oil pressure sensor you had on your first engine,because your new engine must come with the light indicator dashboard so the sensor of your new engine are not compatible with your gauges....lipak!...

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