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94 bravada temp.gauge not working on dash could it be temp.sensor

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It could be the sensor or the wire harness it self where it connect's the the sensor. There is just one lead wire and it may be damaged due to corrosion or a broken wire. Check the wire first before replacing the sensor, remember the Bravada is 15 years old. Good luck friend and keep me posted, be glad to know you got your Olds running 100% again. 

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