2000 Volkswagen Jetta TDI "temperature gauge" Questions

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...temperature gauge sensor is a temperature-variable resistor, or thermistor. As coolant temperature increases, the resistance of the sensor decreases or decreases, depending on the type of sensor. A1 ...

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...Temperature Gauge I had my thermostat and fan relay switch replaced and my temperature gauge still registers a little high. Is there something else that can cause this? My car has not overheated so ...

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...temperature gauge read zero then the thermostat is gone. If it's just no heat and the gauge on the dash is reading normal coolant temperature then it may be the Coolant Temperature Sensor. If the ...

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what is the operating temp on the dash gauge Do you mean what temperature should your car be running at? Based upon the temperature gauge on your dash?

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...in front dashboard gets hot- cds in radio,key in ignition, storage space above radio, etc It seems like your Temperature Gauge Sending Unit is bad, have it checked out before your engine

...gauge moved further over, it would indicate an overheating problem, wouldn't it? Check that engine is at normal operating temperature after it warms up. If it is running too cold, your thermostat ...

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...gauge hardly ever gets up to normal. The ''check engine'' light will come on. But when it's warm out, I do not have this problem. Please help Check and/or have the coolant temperature sensor

...temperature gauge not working... Engine was overheating so thermastat and water pump was replaced but the temperature guage is still broken. It is sittting at the bottom. Does the fuse need to be ...

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temperature gauge keeps going up and down... Is this something to worry about ? Replace the Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor. ECT sensor is placed in the right back side of the cylinder head on

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Temperature gauge indicate normal but from time to time drop to the off position just to wake up some time later. Allready replaced the sensor on the engine without any luck. I would not have replaced

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