Question about 1992 Buick Roadmaster
I have replaced the sensor on the engine and the temperature gage in the cluster still won't work. All the fuses are fine, and all the connections seem to be in order. What could be causing this?
The likely cause of this issue would lie in the gauge in the cluster itself. These gauges are all electronic so there wouldn't necessarily be any other electrical issues in the vehicle. I would recommend removing the dash and testing the circuit which connects to that particular gauge. If that circuit is faulty you have located your problem. You can purchase a used gauge cluster from an auto salvage yard or even have your cluster rebuilt.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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