Loose connection or blown sensor !
High temperature and extreme change in PH can cause enzyme to denature which stop working .
why would a speedometer stop working on a Mazda
A common cause for a gas gauge to stop working in a 1994 Ford Aspire is a defective fuel gauge. Lose wiring in the dash is another cause.
Get to a shop quick.
Check all your wiring connections, it sounds like you have a loose connection somewhere, also check the harness plugs and make sure they are also tight.
The reason for the failure could be a failure in the connection or the gauge itself. Alternatively, the temperature sensor could have failed.
We need to know which gauge stopped working.
got the same exact problem.
Bad sending unit in tank.
Blend door actuator failure.
bad or dirty float on the fuel pump in the gas tank.
There are a few possibilities: A bad sending unit (inside the tank), a broken wire or other faulty connection, a faulty gauge, a bad fuse...
No ur AC should still work it may just be that your gauge is jammed and just needs to be loosened take it to the nearest garage as you dont want any overheating of the car or it will costs you $$$
The most common reason for a 1996 Chrysler Cirrus odometer and RPM gauge to stop working is a fuse. If the fuse is removed from the dash and replaced, often times the odometer and RPM gauge will begin working.
what can cause the interior fan to stop waorking in a car is it stop working when your fuse blew
eating to my beans can cause to much gas to come out and the meter will not be able to read the intence gas levels.
A blown fuse can cause your fuel gauge and speedometer to stop working. Replace the fuse. The fuse can be found in the fuse box. The location of the fuse will be listed on the inside cover of the fuse box.
Usually a faulty sending unit.
There are several reasons why a gas gauge could stop working. A short in the wire from the sending unit could be the culprit. The computer that controls the dashboard gauges could be going out.
Your thermostat is getting stuck, replace it.
A gauge does not idle, please rephrase and re-ask the question.