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Ford 4110 water temp problem
|Larry||Water temp gauge stopped working. I replaced the sending unit and the gauge. Still nothing. Checked the wiring and it seems ok.
Grounded the new gauge wire and needle didn't move. Is there anything else to check? or did I get a bad gauge?
|Billy|| Is there voltage present when the key is on to the other side of the gauge?
|Larry||Yes there is power to the gauge, 10 volts. I also replaced the voltage stabilizer. Temp gauge still doesn't work.
|Larry||Just checked again and the pole that goes to the voltage stab. is 10 volts. The pole that goes to the sending unit has 9.4 volts.
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