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Username Post: coolant temp reading on 1956 truck
monty56 
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monty56
Loc: Chandler(it's a dry heat)...
Reg: 04-26-04
06-18-19 09:56 AM - Post#2768751    
    In response to Tim-3200

I'm guessing that is the wrong type of temp sensor. The way to check is to disconnect the guage and use an ohmmeter on the sensor from cold to hot. If warm goes to near zero ohms thats the problem.
Monty
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