If all of the gauges stopped working there is probably a blown fuse in the right side of the console in the car or out under the hood in that fuse box. If all of the fuses are good then there is likely a bad gauge cluster or a wiring problem.
They might be broken, check with a mechanic, its illegal to drive when they are broken.
your switch that controls the compresser might be bad.
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If you land on Saturn you might sink down and fall.
Your gauges might not work on the 1997 Mitsubishi Mirage because of exposed wires or a short in the wiring. This could cause the problem when there is moisture or a lack of moisture in the panel. You might also have a faulty fuse.
No. Saturn is a gas giant, and so has no land on which a landlside might occur.
We are not aware of any residents of Saturn, or what sort of calendar (if any) they might keep.
the lungs, you can breath but you can also hold your breath. People might say brain but its not, your mind is always working even in deep sleep.
The 'g' added on to bar means 'gauge', as opposed to bara, meaning 'absolute'. The 'zero' of a normal gauge is normally set at atmospheric pressure (things like tire pressure gauges, water gauges etc.) These gauges will read as "10 bar" but really mean that the absolute pressure is 10 bar + atmospheric pressure (~1.01325 bar). Some gauges however are absolute gauges. These might include weather gauges, or gauges on closed processes. bara = barg + atmospheric pressure
probably nothing....be creative!
It was Saturn, because he thought Saturn's rings looked like ears.