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Termometer Yaris termometer is showing 2deg C too little. How can I calibrate it? rigmorhoegtun@gmail.com

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You will have a temp difference between the actual ambient air temp and what the sensor is reading. it may even be ore then 2 deg.

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the whole thing?
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Hi there, I have a 1998 4 cylinder Toyota Camry and as soon as I start the car up my radiator fan turns on.


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I want to software car dvd player...model no-"vics ndcn-w54" pls if u have software pls mail me my mail add- (rija-66@yahoo.com) pls help me


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