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1992 toyota Corolla Temp gauge does not work

1992 Toyota Corolla Temp Gage does not work

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Find the wire that goes to temp sender and apply earth to it turn ignition on the temp gauge should read hot if it does replace water temp sender if gauge dose not move gauge needs replaging

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