Question about 1995 Chevrolet Lumina
I would say its the temperature sensor that is your issue, replace it and see what happens but make sure its the right one. Theres one for the gauge and light and one for the computer, the one you need to change will be the one that when you unplug it the gauge will fall to cold. They are normally either in a cylinder head or in the thermostat housing.
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