where's your temps at?
ekellock at gmail.com
Thu Jul 10 14:41:19 PDT 2008
40% up on the gauge sounds about right. I believe at that position there is
a thinner line just below the needle then, correct?
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> just curious. mine seems to hang around about 40% up from
> cold. the electric fan works great.
> reason for asking - still learning about the car. my trip
> computer/boost gauge doesn't work - is this also where the
> autocheck lights are - like if the car overheats?
> i've heard that if the thermostatic switch(?) dies, the temp
> gauge will read normal, but the car will overheat.
> my old Taurus SHO was one of the few cars that has a real
> temp gauge - when the conditions are hot, the temps read hot.
> not some feel-good constant normal reading - unless of an
> extreme condition, like overheating.
> with my SHO, if the gauge never gets past normal, then you
> know the thermostat is stuck ;-)
> what's the normal behavior of the audi temp gauge?
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