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Re: Unlabelled Gauge markings

> When you have a gauge ('91 200 Q oil temp, for instance) that has
> a labelled mark at 60, an unlabelled one, then a labelled one at 130,
> what is the value for the middle mark?  Is it just directly between the
> two?  What if the mark is geographically a lot closer to one of the
> labelled marks?  So, is my middle mark, which is the one that it rides
> at most of the time really 95C or 203F?
>    95 = (60+130)/2

It depends on how it is calibrated, but it is somewhat linear I would imagine,
making your assumption correct. BTW, it's degrees C, not F.

However, I have a 91 200 Q and the oil temperature tops out at about 60 C. I'm
running Mobil 1 with 3-5 K oil changes.

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