With the temp sensor, after running for awhile, the radiator bubbles and you hear the fluid move and settle and all that so I would like to think I'm running it to a point where it gets hot enough to register.
The popping is not from the engine itself. You can feel it in your feet while driving. I'm not sure what would cause that to happen. Any suggestions?
Re: I've got problems... in reply to Tim Workman, 07-29-2013 06:31:52
Tim sounds like ya mighta got a bad guage, like I said, try a flame under the sensor see if the needle moves. As far as the tranny, I really would have to hear more, the only thing Ican tell you is that if it's in every gear, maybe you need to think broken ring/pinion tooth? Pete
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