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david brown cooling problem

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robert hall

06-30-2006 16:33:22




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HI! What I think that I need is the sending unit for the temperature gauge. It only takes about 15 minutes of mowing and it is into the hot range. (sooner if it is like 90 or more out). Also the gauge flickers back and forth most of the time. We had already put a radiator, water pump, and new thermostate in it and still didn't do anything. So if you have any history on david brown or can help me out, please let me know.
thanks in advance,
robert

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robert hall

07-02-2006 09:14:15




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 Re: david brown cooling problem in reply to robert hall, 06-30-2006 16:33:22  
what do you mean by the fuse holder? The fuel guage reads full most of the time, maybe that is my problem. I haven't really worked on david brown's to speak of. Just the stuff that I had mentioned. Could you elplain a little more on where to look?
thanks,
robert



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richard in nz

07-04-2006 03:46:08




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 Re: david brown cooling problem in reply to robert hall, 07-02-2006 09:14:15  
Under the dash there should be a plastic in line fuse holder with a fuse in it, there should also be a voltage stabiliser to provide 'stabilised' voltage to the 2 gauges so they are not affected by the rising and lowering voltage at the battery due to the state of charge and/or the load applied to it, check that out aswell.



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richard in nz

07-01-2006 04:20:48




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 Re: david brown cooling problem in reply to robert hall, 06-30-2006 16:33:22  
You could have the wire from the sender back to the gauge shorting to ground, if it bares and touches the chassis the gauge will go straight to hot. If the fuse holder goes (and they do) you should have the same simptoms on the fuel gauge if it still works.



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jonjon

06-30-2006 18:30:09




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 Re: david brown cooling problem in reply to robert hall, 06-30-2006 16:33:22  
Should be a fuse holder under the dash that works the gauges. All three of mine have broke or worked loose at one time or another. Sometimes you can push them together and they work. I just replaced mine. But most of the time it will affect another gauge, can't remember which one CRS I guess. Hope this helps.



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