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Excel 95 temperature guage flickering

I have an excel 95 and the temperature guage has started going up to the red and flickering when the left hand indicator is put on but the engine is not overheating. i have changed the temp. sender and fan sensor but this did not help

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I have a Excel, Temperature gauge goes up when using left hand indicator, i have checked oil and coolant and it is good. I have found that it is using more oil than it did. I have no answer yet!

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Check your coolant level. if ok, probably need new thermostat.

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