Question about GMC Yukon
It may be the thermostat
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
I have the same thing happen to me. have 2004 GMC Serria 5.3, Engine is not hot. gauge now pointing down - straight down. replaced engine sensor but did not fix problem. I now believe it is the gauge. still troubleshooting. Initial problem indicated a rise in tempature, so I stopped and looked at engine, not hot- plenty of water, hose can hold, drove around some more, then gauge started to climb, stopped again had mechanic check, he had heat sensor and checked engine temp, pretty normal. suspected sensor so replaced. when engine is cold still gauge points straight down.
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