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Old 10-10-2012, 09:50 PM   #1
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Whats with 2 temp gages?

I recently got a 2007 four winds hurricane and just today noticed there are two temp gauges on the instrument panel. It is a ford chassis. One temp gauge has an indicator showing a what appears to be a water icon. The second just has an icon that looks like a gear. I think maybe it is a transmission temp but don't know for sure.
I have owners manuals but they are sort of generic.
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Your guess is correct. Water and transmission oil temp.
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They tell you when you need to slow down and drop a gear on long steep grades
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