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If this vehicle is an early build, you may be able to get the instrument cluster to do a self-test? You press and hold the odometer reset button for 10 seconds, then release. The warning lamps may turn on and off, the gages may have calibrated movements. The odometer may display trouble codes.
I don't have good enough info to troubleshoot all possible issues.
there is a sender in the fule tank this may be faulty so its not sending the info to the tank gage find the whire from this sender on the fule tank and short it out to the car bodywork the tank should then read full up if the wireing is good, if there is still no reading its likley to be the gage not working, or a broken wire to the sender,,,if the sender is broken it canot be fixed so fit a new one but check how much fule is in the tank before you try to remove the old sender or it may spill out every were, if you fit a new selder only add a gall of fule and see if there is a reading on the gage before adding more so you find out when the tank is realy empty,, never trust the gage to be true
when you pulled the top of the dash off did you check the cable connection to the insturment cluster. i had a similar problem where my gauges died individually including the spedo and tach. slapping the dash usually would cause the gauges to start working again, but that quit also and i had to tear the cluster out and check the conneciton. that fixed the problem.
You need to pull the dash and check the guages look for any burning or melting. You may just need to replace the pannel in your dash, pretty easy work. If not start checking the wires and cables that come out of your faulty guages.