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I have a hyundai accent 1996 when i put the left turn signal the temparture gauge moves left to right.

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You most likely have a ground problem somewhere in the turn signal circuit and it is partially using the temp gauge as a ground source causing the meter to move. Could also be a short in the wiring harness between the turn signal wire and the temp sender wire.

Jim

Posted on May 21, 2011

  • andrew tower Jun 06, 2011

    Thanks, this was giving a head pain, i will check and return to you. From P.R.

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