Question about 1992 Ford Taurus
Make sure coolant is full .check thermostat .check sensor and its connection .wiggle the wiring harness as a helper watching the gauge for you.Check if there is any coolant leak.Also check if radiator cooling fan is working or not.-- But if actually the car is not overheating, then either the temperature gauge sensor wire has been disturbed and is giving a false reading or maybe your thermostat is defective. Have you added coolant lately? If so, you might have air in the cooling system that needs to be bled out. But first check your engine temperature sensor and make sure the connection is good. You can always test your coolant's actual temperature with a mechanic's thermometer.--------------
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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