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Hi I have a 2002 3.5l mitsubishi pajero the temp gauge is reading hot although I now the engine is not hot is there any way to reset or recalibrate the gauge? thanks matt

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  • fozz_1982 Oct 02, 2009

    yeah tried that already but thanks anyway will keep looking into it.

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Replace the temp sending unit

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  • steve noel Oct 04, 2009

    check the signal wire for a short to ground

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