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2003 malibu, replace fuel pump with a bosch lifetime warranty , intake head gasket, and battery now after five days my fuel gauge dont work, the temp gauge dont work, and the bright light turn on the high beam light on the dash will not show up when the door is open i can put in drive and it wont show thw door is open on the dash but it will beep a couple of time.

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Return the your car to whoever fixed it...He forgot to retun the electrical connections.

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Sounds like the body control module for the light issues,the fuel gauge works off of the fuel pump , sound like maby the wire come loose at the pump . temp gauge make shure after you replaced the intake gasket that you didnt get a wire to the temp sensor pinched or next to something that could have melted the wire,If the wire gets hot and melts it will go to ground and cause alot of the probs your having in the dash, cause the wire will ground out and send signal to the body control module which in return cause all kinds of beeps and lights to malfunction.If there is no short it is the body control mdule has gone bad and if replaced should fix your problem.

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