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Old 05-27-2011, 10:25 AM   #1
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Temp Gauge

Just had the motorhome serviced, no reading on the temp gauge. 2002 fdds. Does anyone know who produced the instruments for this coach? The tech thinks my gauge is toast.
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They serviced the engine? Make sure they did not knock off the connection on the sending unit on the engine. Since your engine is not computer controled, there is a temp sensor check for lose wire before you assume the gauge is toast. Since all the rest of them work, and did prior to the service.
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I believe the gauges are Borg-Warner
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