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My sensor that tells me my range, economy,stautus is out

I was installing a cd player into my mark 8,and when i was installing it,i realized that the gas hand went straight up (before full) and the sensor that tells me my status about the car went blank, what do you think it is and how would i go about fixing it? please help

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You have two wiring harnesses under that panel. You can lift it up from the front side with your fingers and check to make sure both plugs are in place. This should get it back working again. Just lift straight up in the front of panel and it holds in on the back side with plastic clips securely. It only snaps in on the front side but can be lifted up.

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