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When I switch the ignition of my 1999 Atos on both the temperature and fuel gauge register maximum. What can be the problem please

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

chiquititas
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SOURCE: temperature gauge

Well let's see....You did not say the temp of the heat changed inside your car... if it does NOT ...I say the gauge is messed up....

A thermostat usually sticks open or closed.. if it is broke.

If it is defective the car will start getting hotter under a load going uphill or....when the a/c is running it will not put out cool air while sitting still at a stoplight or heavy traffic..

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Faulty fuel gauge. I turn

First thing I would check is for ground wire at the tank, where all the fuel lines & wires connect. There should be a ground to the sending unit, that might be bad or broken off. Quite often just a black wire with spade connector. If still there, clean both surfaces & re-attach, if broken off, replace connector, clean spade or whatever at tank & re-attach.

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

Molson02536
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SOURCE: fuel gauge does not work

It sound's like you have a graound problem with the wire harness from the fuel tank. Check the connection from the tanks to the fram. Good luck.

Posted on Apr 06, 2009

pippall
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SOURCE: High Temperature Gauge

could be a faulty Gage

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

redds55
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SOURCE: temperature gauge, fuel gauge

Faulty instrument cluster. GM has had many problems with their instrument clusters and this is one of them.There has been a recall untold,that if your vehicle is not over 7 years old and have less than 70,000 miles on it they will replace it at no charge.GOOD LUCK!! P.S. if they won't cover it then you can get one at www.Dorman.com .

Posted on May 14, 2011

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  1. Adjust the instrument gauge system tester to the resistances shown in the illustration.


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  1. If the fuel gauge does not operate as specified, replace the fuel gauge. If the fuel gauge is OK, return to the Pinpoint Test.


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  2. Measure the resistance between terminal A and terminal B of the fuel level sensor.

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  1. Adjust the fuel tank float to the following positions:
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1st check the #4 fuse (10A) and #10 fuse (7.5A) on the 'under-dash' fuse block.
then #9 fuse (10A) on the 'engine bay' fuse block.

if the fuses are good, the gauge assembly has has "self-diagnostic" feature.

Self-diagnostic Procedure

The gauge assembly has a self-diagnosis function.
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. The indicator drive circuit check
. The LCD segments check
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. The communication line check (the coolant temperature signal line between the gauge and ECM/PCM)


Entering the Self-diagnosis Function:
1. Push and hold the trip/reset button.
2. Turn the lighting switch ON.
3. Turn the ignition switch ON (ll).
4. Within 5 sec., turn the lighting switch OFF, then ON and OFF again.
5. Within 5 sec., release the trip/reset button, then push and release the button four times repeatedly.

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. While in the self-diagnosis mode, the dash lights brightness controller operates normally.
. While in the self-diagnosis mode, the trip/reset button is used to start the beeper drive circuit test and the gauge drive circuit check.
. lf the vehicle speed exceeds 1.2 mph (2 km/h) or the ignition switch is turned OFF, the self-diagnosis mode ends.

The Beeper Drive Circuit Check:
When entering the self-diagnosis mode, the beeper sounds five times.

The Indicator Drive Circuit Check:
When entering the self-diagnosis mode. the indicators lights (such as: Seat belt indicator light, Door/hatch indicator light, Brake system light. Charging system light, Low fuel indicator light, maintenance required light) blink.

The LCD Segment Check:
When entering the self-diagnosis mode, the odo/trip segment blinks five times.

The Gauge Drive Circuit Check:
When entering the self-diagnosis mode, the speedometer, the tachometer, the fuel gauge, and the coolant
temperature gauge needles go from the minimum position to maximum position, then return to the minimum position.
NOTE:
After the beeper stops sounding and the gauge needles return to the minimum position, pushing the trip/reset button, starts the beeper drive circuit check {one beep), and the gauge drive circuit check again.
The check cannot be started until the gauge needles return to the minimum position.

The Communication Line Gheck:
In the seif-diagnosis mode, after the odo/trip LCD segments check, the self-diagnosis starts the communication line check.
lf all segments comes on, the communication line is OK.
lf the word" Error" is indicated, there is a malfunction in the communication line between the gauge assembly, the multiplex control unit, and the ECM/PCM,
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Ending the Self-diagnosis Function:
Turn the ignition switch OFF.

Note: lf the vehicle speed exceeds 1 .2 mph (2 km/h), the self-diagnosis function ends.
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If everything works correctly during the check, check your VSS (vehicle speed sensor)



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