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2006 impala. indicator light says "engine hot, A/C off". but temp guage is showing it is cold

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Cold or normal temp? Check coolant level. if the level is low, the temp sensor cant read correctly

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Why does the temp gauge indicate the car is running hot when it is not?


Ahh ... the gas gauge / fuel level gauge does not work, either.

Maybe you need to replace the motors that are behind those dials. People are getting charged $300-$500 to have the fuel gauge replaced when the problem really is the little motor - 5 or 6 of them for less than $30. 2003 Buick LeSabre owners are having the same problem with their fuel gauges being erratic.

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Temp.guage on instrament panel is erradic


Could be the temp sensor or the gauge on the dash is faulty.
Does the gauge go to cold if you disconnect the sensor ?

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I have an 2006 chevy Impala when I turn on the deforst it also turns on the air condition and blows cold air I change the thermostat


When you turn on the front window defroster, the A/C compressor is suppsed to engage.
If all of the guages are set to hot and the A/C is off when the defroster is turned on and the vehicle is at normal operating temp., then you may have a faulty blend door actuator and needs to be replaced.

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2006 impala indicater says engine hot A/C off whats wrong and how to fix


Mine did the same thing. The thermostat was stuck open. Replace thermostat, the problem went away. If stuck open, it doesn't get to operating temperature when cold and indicates the engine is too hot when it's warm outside.

Apr 04, 2010 | 2006 Chevrolet Impala

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The hot coolant guage goes up and down


Check the coolant level when the engine is cold. If it's correct there may be a loose/dirty connection at the temperature sensor. The location differs depending on the engine.

Feb 10, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Impala

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Temp guage goes to max (right) when engine is cold.


change the themostat when you remove the old themostat you should see it stuck in the open postion . before i install the new one i fill the the block with coolant install the new stat run the mtr and heater core until hot iwould also replace the cap

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I have a 2004 Chev Impala and the temp guage went way past any numbers and wasn't hot. The speedo also stayed at 30 mph went the car is stopped. The speedo started working again when I shut it off and...


if you remove wire connection from temp sender unit and guage goes down then reconnect it goes up ? it is probably the temp sender unit is fault this is if you are certain engine/coolant system is ok and no indication of o/heating ?

Dec 30, 2008 | 2005 Chevrolet Impala

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