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1998 Honda Accord V6 3.0L LX Coupe --- Temperature gauge issue

Hello --- My problem is --- With a cold engine, when I turn my ignition switch to the "on" position, the needle for the temp. gauge moves to the middle position of the gauge. After I start the engine as the engine warms up the needle moves to the middle of the "H" then stops. In an attempt to resolve this issue on my own, I have replaced the instrument cluster and the sensor for the gauge. The part # for the sensor is 37750-PH2-014. The problem still exists. What do you think might be the cause to my problem.
Thank you for your time and ccoperation ---
Chris

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  • basbal Jul 24, 2008

    Hello Bob - Is the LI after "Bob from" mean " Long Island "?

    Anyway. I'm not sure what you mean. I'm good when it comes to replacing parts that are leaking, noisy, damaged or performing minor diagnosing. I'm not good at electrical. Could you please elaborate more as to what "your solution is" for me. I was thinking that maybe the problem might be in the ignition switch. Please let me know.

    Thanks again ---

    Chris

  • basbal Jul 26, 2008

    The reason why I asked is because I'm also from Long Island. I lived in many towns but finally settle into a little town on the North Shore of Suffolk County called Coram, which is near Port Jefferson. Are you familiar with that area. Thank you very much for your help. Once I get a copy of the schematic I will get back with you.

    Thanks again ---

    Chris

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Same thing is happening to me and I am working on a fix today, just got back from the library...well 4 libraries...but I'll post when/if I figure it out. If anyone gets there quicker than I please post any helpful assistance. Thank you gentleman

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I'm guessing that you have resistance in the wire from the gauge to the instrument cluster or that the grounding is bad somewhere. Still have a problem? Leave it alone because you know what is 'right' or insert a resistor in the line to recalibrate it.

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  • Robert Hirst Jul 24, 2008

    Okay, you've got to find out why the gauge is reading what it is. There are two reasons for this...I just thought of the other one and it might be the issue...many units have something called a 'constant voltage regulator'...this is an item which provides fixed voltage to the gauges. It is possible that yours is bad. I'm not sure where it is. The second possibility is that there is physical resistance in the wiring to the gauge from the sensor. You'll have to trace and measure. Get the schematic for your car. Many libraries have it. Yes, I'm on Long Island and the Massapequa libraries ... among others ... have a full selection.

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