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Re: 1990 QC20V TEMP GAUGE
Hairy green toads from Mars made Bob D'Amato say:
> On Wed, 7 Aug 1996, Damon Webber wrote:
> > I should probably check the archives because I'm sure this has been
> > discussed before, but I am in a hurry so I will just ask. Has anyone
> > experienced a faulty engine Temp gauge in the 90QC20v, I know my dads 89
> > 90q has a similar problem that he has not figured out. Most of the time
> > it reads 0 but every once in a while it will move just a little bit, I
> > know she is running hotter than that, but how hot that is the question?
> Ditto, my 20V just started doing the same thing ..it has ESP. You
> listening Ian?!?! His damn voodoo doll... Its the sending unit, but not
> sure of the part number on the 20V, and Im not sure if its the same as
> the 10V.
I'm pretty sure Angela's 90Q20V and my 100Q use the same part. They
are basically a standard item. What differs is the !@)(&!@)(#&!)@(#&*
factor installing them. I let my mechanic do Angela's while I watched.
It took him an hour of undoing hoses and wriggling around trying to
get at the thing to replace it. Mine too <3 minutes with vice-grips.
Andrew L. Duane (JOT-7) email@example.com
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