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190xt Temperature Guage Problems

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JB in MO.

07-02-2004 14:06:29

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Temperature guage hardly gets off of 100 degrees. Started to troubleshoot today and found the sensor was at 477 ohms at 80 degrees and went down to 260 ohms at 160 degrees read at the radiator. Temperature gauge was reading just a little over 100 degrees at 160 at radiator. Was getting 13.7 volts at the other terminal of the temperature guage. Anyone have any ideas? Bad sensor or bad temperature guage? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks

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07-04-2004 18:48:03

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 Re: 190xt Temperature Guage Problems in reply to JB in MO., 07-02-2004 14:06:29  
I can tell you that it's almost always the sending unit that goes. The gauge should peg if you attach the wire to the sending unit directly to the frame.

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