Question about 2006 Hyundai Tiburon
You may have low coolant due to a leaking cooling system. Check the fluid level. You may have a faulty radiator fan. The fan should kick on an run from electric current when you are in traffic and if it does not then the thermostat for the fan may be bad. You may also have a blocked radiator so water may not be circulating properly. I don't know of the gauges, but the expense would be pricey due to the labor to remove the portion of the dash to get the instrument cluster out and the repair to the cluster would probably run around $150 if it is an average electronics failure.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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