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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In 1992 the sending unit should be fairly easy to find it should on the intake manifold near the thermostat housing. If you disconnect the wire going to the sender, it should be just one wire and it just pushes on the sender. Once you have it disconnected take a small jumper wire and connect the temperature gauge wire to ground (or the negative terminal of the battery). Now turn the key on, the gauge should go all the way to hot, if so the sender is bad. If the gauge doesn't move you have dash problems. Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
ZI suggest you have the engine thermostat replaced, it is likely sticking open and allowing the engine to cool down. The thermostat is under the cover that the upper radiator hose connects to on most GM engines.
Posted on Jul 24, 2012
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