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I have an older Surface Fish-N-Temp gauge and am having problems with it. I am looking for the schematics so that I can get it repaired.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: vw wiring schematics
Here is the diagram you requested. If you need other assistance or have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask! I'm an old VW mechanic, and I had (among others) a '71 Type 1 pop-top camper that I acquired with a blown engine. Built a stroker motor for it tuned for torque, and my friends redubbed it the "Ferrari Housecar!" It would cruise at 90 mph all day long, with plenty of pedal left! (And still get 30 mpg!)
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Posted on Jun 24, 2008
I have a 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Limited. The other day the temperature gauge went from normal temp to Max HOT. The radiator is still cool enough to touch, it is not boiling over, and there is still coolant in the resivour. The gauge would go back down to normal in a few minutes, but now it immediately climbs to Max Hot within 1-2 minutes of turning the car on.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
Forget the radiator tank. Your AC 'Condensate drain' hose is plugged up. This is a common problem. If you know where the hose comes out under the car you can ( carefully ) push a wire up it. If you're lucky it's plugged near the end by a mud-dauber wasp. If not, take it to your dealer and see if you can persuade the write-up guy to show you where the drain outlet is as a gesture of good faith. If they insist on charging you money, consider that when you buy your next car...
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
the intake air temperature sensor is located inside the air intake duct which is where the air filter is located pull the rubber tubing off the throttle body and look inside with a light and you will see it
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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