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Question about 1983 Econoline

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...temperature gauge requires a 'variable resistance type' temperarure sensor to control the meter deflection. When cold the temperature sensor is of high resistance, hence less meter deflection; when ...

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Question about 2004 S Type

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temperature gauge is always cold Recently had radiator hoses replaced, reserve tank and thermostat replaced. My temperature gauge is not in the middle, it's closest to cold, why? For ...

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...temperature gauge not working 1984 Honda Magna 500 heat gauge not reading temperature, gauge does not move when the bike is running. Bike runs great and does not overheat. @ Hi, Anonymous and the ...

...Temperature Gauge Sensor http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/04/toyota-4runner-temperature-gauge-sensor.html ----------- Temperature gauge sits over half way mark? ...

Question about 2000 Lancer

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Temperature Gauge Sensor http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/04/toyota-4runner-temperature-gauge-sensor.html ------------ Temperature gauge sits over half way mark? http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot

Question about 2000 Lancer

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...Temperature Gauge Sensor http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/04/toyota-4runner-temperature-gauge-sensor.html ------------Temperature gauge sits over half way mark? ...

no voltage, there is a problem in the circuit between the ignition key and the gauge or the fuse panel and the gauge temperature. Fix the problem and test again. If there is voltage, replace the gauge

...gauge temperature. Fix the problem and test again. If there is voltage, replace the gauge. Check for a sender unit in the thermostat housing either at the base of the top hose or at the base of the ...

...temperature gauge indicate the engine is running hot, when all tests show it is not running hot? The thermostat and temperature gauge were replaced. However, the temperature gauge still reads the ...

...Temperature Gauge Reads High If the temperature gauge reads high, it could mean your engine is overheating. Another reason your reading might be high is you could be losing coolant. A small leak or ...

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