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Date Posted:30/05/2012 09:03:24Copy HTML

Temperature gauge seems to be dead or at least not getting a temp signal, where is the temp gauge on phaser 90? what colour wire?

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Re:Temp gauge died?

Date Posted:31/05/2012 09:45:17Copy HTML

 I posted on farcebook but here is what i put there for anyone else to see

 Temp sensor is on top of the block front above water pump, green with a blue tracer is the correct wiring colour, might just be the spade connector that is corroded, if you do need a new sensor I think I got a new one. 
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Re:Temp gauge died?

Date Posted:17/09/2012 12:37:06Copy HTML

Hi ... sorry for cutting in but this is kinda the same subject......Am I right in thinking there is a sensor in the dash to regulate voltage to the temp guage and fuel guage?  My fuel guage has always cutout at half a tank but now neither fuel or temp guage work at all... the guessing the distance left in the tank is frustrating but not knowing if the engine is overheating in traffic is much much worse!!

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Date Posted:17/09/2012 09:41:26Copy HTML

To be honest I don't know but will look at a wiring diagram tomorrow for you
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Date Posted:18/09/2012 10:01:58Copy HTML

Yes there is, the voltage regulator is attached to the fuel gague, I got a couple by the looks of it. Do you want me to send you one? You can call me 07778643304
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Date Posted:18/09/2012 04:03:04Copy HTML

 Thanks... that would be great!! Bit of a busy few days coming up.  Will call you after
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Date Posted:18/09/2012 08:01:32Copy HTML

Ok no worries
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Date Posted:19/09/2012 06:59:45Copy HTML

I also have all the gagues and wiring for the dash too
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Re:Temp gauge died?

Date Posted:21/09/2012 04:22:31Copy HTML

yeah having just worked on my fuel gauge might pay to renew the earth wire from sender to chassis,mine looked perfectly serviceable on first inspection,however turns out the ring to chassis connection had corrosion inside it,so i opened it out replaced the wire, crimped and soldiered it ,also if your the gauge has been reading half tank etc more likely a sender fault,take the positive wire off the sender and earth it, gauge should then read full with the ignition on,if so fault lies in the sender , regards mike
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Date Posted:19/07/2013 03:55:34Copy HTML

Also, you might take a look at "Voltage Stabiliser probs"   http://forum1.aimoo.com/Dodge50/Engine-Help/Dashboard-Voltage-Stabiliser-device-1-2299793.html
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