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There may also be a wiring harness plug behind the instrument panel that you inadvertently loosened.
Finally, you may have touched a live wire to ground blowing a fuse or breaker somewhere. I think the problem is behind the instrument panel as that is the only place you have disturbed. The 12 volt tester will solve this for you.
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