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TEMP GAUGE NOT WORKING ON 95 SONOMA 2.2

TEMP GAUGE NOT WORKING ON 1995 SONOMA WITH THE 2.2 4 CYLINDER ENGINE. REPLACED THE TEMP SENDING UNIT. STILL DOESN'T WORK. WHAT NEXT?

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Check the wiring insrument cluster to the temp sensor. check the ground wire.

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