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1995 wrangler ..... gas gauge and temp gauge wont work...also engine seems to run fine but when you turn it off it rattles sounds like change rattling a little...no idea????

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There might be a bad fuse for the gauges. I believe the fusebox is in or behind the glovebox. The rattling maybe a heatsheild underneath, or maybe a loose clamp?

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