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The temp guage bearly moves.

I drive a 1999 jetta tdi. The Temperature guage doesn't move even after driving an hour of highway miles. What is the problem?

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You are driving a cold engine or the gauge is disconected or mabe is the termostat stuk in the open what is good but it need to be change

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