[DML] Re: Temp gauge flipped over
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[DML] Re: Temp gauge flipped over



This is usually a bad wiring connnection causing a voltage spike, 
unfortunately it can be anywhere in the car. For example - I put up 
with this for about 4 years on my car. I had the rear carpeted panel 
out a while ago and discovered that the main "ground" feed into the car 
from the engine compartment (that huge bundle of black wires) was not 
very tight. I took it apart, cleaned all the lugs and put it back 
together just on general maintenance principles. I've never seen the 
gauge do this backflip again. 

Dave Swingle

. --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "dmcchaser" <dmcchaser@xxxx> wrote:
>
> My D did a strange thing last night, I started it up and the temp
> needle flipped over so it was pointing to about the 5:00 position.  I
> was able to re-flip it by fashioning a tool from a bobby pin and
> inserting it carefully through the odo reset hole.  Now it seems to be
> working Ok.
> Is it normal for the gauge to flip?  What might be causing this?  Is
> my car possed by the spirit of an AMC Pacer?
> 
> Matt Smith
>








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