i've had that happen with an older car i had, in that case it turned out being a bad connection on the back of the gauge. however, you should check the fuse box before you disassemble the dash gauges. if you find a burnt out fuse remember to replace it with one that matches what the manual specifically calls for of course. it could be that the one in it, if burnt out, is not high enough. now that i think about it tho, it doesn't make sense to be a fuse if nothing else went out, i don't have my manual with me this moment so i can't look it all up for you, but you should try checking that anyways, maybe someone else has more experience with this than me, but that should give you something to start with.
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