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Temperature gage goes from hot to cool on my 1995 pontiac grand prix

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Check the temp sender unit. The problem indicates a faulty unit or poor connection between the unit threds and the housing. It is best not to use sealent on the threads as this prevents goog contact

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the best way to do this is u can call any pontiac delar close to your place and they will give you the code direct by enter some information to your car radio

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SOURCE: 1995 Pontiac grand prix's temp gauge goes hot

check to see if the electric fan is coming on when it should. Also check coolant level. Also, you may have the beginning of a plugged radiator If all else is OK flush radiator out.

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maybe a water pump.

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If the temperature gauge looks good (under 3/4) its all good. If not, then there is a problem. If it smells hot inside, like moist and humid you will need to replace the ac filter, that can be located under the hood, close to the water resevoir, you will have to pull the ruber type gasket that is on the edge of the hood/wiper cover.

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sensor might be dirty, try removing them and cleaning them. Dont use sprays as they pose a threat more than they fix. Check tires to see if there is one that might be WAY lower than the rest. Or consider taking it to a shop if you cant find the rigth abs sensor.

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