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I see a blue meter level,in the bottom right.

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Might be temp,, does it look like this ?
the third one from left to right on the top?

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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    GasparMacari Nov 17, 2009

    ur temp is out of the usual, so have ur mechanic check whats wrong there could be a lot of possibilities related to that, but belive me when i say that u need to check it in order to avoid very very costly repairs.
    hope this helps


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