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Temperature Guage, '89 Camry

Power to sender unit, sender unit OK, Fuses OK,Other Guages Work, do temp guages give up?(Scratch head)

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The cable going from the gauge to the sender unit is an earth return. if you take it off the sender unit wire if the gauge does read hot the sender and earth it out the gauge should go to the hot segment.dont leave this cable to earth very long do it quickly. if the gauge does read it is ok, there is no earth to the petrol tank. if it does not read it will be faulty. hope this helps.

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