Question about 1988 Chevrolet K1500
Most common problem for this issue is the temp. sender located in front of the thermostat housing, it has a two wire connector, and screws into the top of the intake it is usually brass, using a new sensor to aid in locating it will help.. the parts house might ask if you need the one for the gauge, or computer, you need the one for the computer, it should be only like 0 or 30 bucks and if you change it fast enough you won't even lose much coolant
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