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The inside themometer in my 2002 vw beetle is acting wacky - sometimes it seems right and other times it is way off - like saying -24 when it's 80 out. sometimes there are just dashes. how can i fix this?

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Have a look in bumper if sensor is not loose and touching worm parts on engine

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