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2001 temp gage f250 turbo Deisel does not work replaced senser still dosnt work 2 wire rectangle plug . does peg hot when termanals at plug are shorted

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It sounds to me like the gauge is working correctly. You probably have an engine that is running cold. I think I would try replacing the thermostat. Also make sure your coolant level is correct. The gauge will not work correctly if it is low.

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