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Guages go wild then after a wild or shuting it off work there way back to normal

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Check for grounding connection issues.

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same here and still going wild havent you noticed it only does this when the weather is hot, am not sure but i think its the printed circuit board that causes the problem it expand on hot weather and contracts on cold weather, i have tried taking the whole assembly and cleaning it, it did last a few months and back to being crazy again. also considered replacing, cannot find a new one

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