temp. guage

Bernie Benz b.m.benz at prodigy.net
Sun Sep 8 19:00:59 EDT 2002


Apparently you need to start over and rethink your problem.  Do you have a
Bentley, and have you looked at the schematic?  The gauge is supplied with
regulated voltage from the inst, cluster and is grounded thru the MFTS.
Grounding the proper wire in the MFTS connector should peg the meter, and
prove, or not, a bad sensor.


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> Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2002 20:36:10 -0400
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> Does anybody know if I can jumper a ground for my temp. gauge in the
> instrument cluster ,because it isn't working and on the advice of few listers
> checked that it indeed (malfunction) is not caused by  the mfs or the wires
> connecting to it.Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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