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The temp guage n my 99 dodge ram 2500 is not reading. (cool). So I replaced the thermostat and that did not fix the problem. could it be a sensor problem? Thanks

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After the thermostat it is the only thing it can be.....well done.you didnt need me............i dont feel wanted now .....he he

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