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Old 07-18-2010, 11:51 PM   #1
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Erratic Gauge Readings

I have strange happening on the gauges on our 98 XC. I seems when the chassis has been in wet circumbstances, either a drive in the rain or a strong downpour while sitting, the speedo, fuel and temp all seem to read high. Coming home this evening, fuel said 7/8 tank but I know it is only 1/2, the temp was close to hot mark but it was only 65 degrees out, and the speedo was about 71 MPH in order to get 62 on the GPS.

Any suggestions?

As a secondary question, does anyone know if this chassis has the connectors to install a silverleaf monitor? Where would I start to look on a 1998 Tradewinds 7370?
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