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It has to be the sending unit on the engine, you have to find it and replace it, if it is not overheating and not using coolant. I can't tell you where it is because I don't know what engine you have, but it should be up top, near the thermostat housing, you can unplug a couple things to find out which it is. It looks like a bolt with a plastic cap and wires coming out of it. Check it out.