Question about Mazda B2300
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: temperature gauge doesnt move
First check the wire to the temperature sensor. It may have come unplugged. If it is still connected, check the wire with a light tester for power to the temp. sensor. If it has power to the sensor check the other wire while it is connected to the sensor. It should light up the test light(must have the key turned on) on both wires. If it only lights one, change the temperature sensor. If current is present in both wires, you either have a short in the wire back to your gauge or if power is present at the terminal on the guage, you have a faulty temperature gauge.
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