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VW Fox My heat gauge is not functioning properly

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Need more info, do you mean on the dash or the controller, How do you know its not functioning? There are 2 sensors on the fox one is on the radiator and other is on the engine check to see if it has 2 0r 3 conections when replacing Im a wiz at foxes Ive had a den of them

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