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Tempature gauge is not acting normal. When car is started after one minute gauges red light flashes. If i turn car off and restart gauge displayes normal. Car drives fine no noticable problems. Has anyone had this type of problem. Have thought of checking wiring but i do not know sensor locations or fan motor connector locations. Coolant is at normal level and have driven car over long periods with no over heating. :lightbulb:

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Per the manual low coolant level or the engine cooling fan is not working. Double check the level as it is hard to see - I have to use a light to see through the plastic. Remove the cap and stick a light in there and look at the level.

Does your engine fan come on? You have to get the car hot for it to come on. If you know someone with a PST2 they can hook it up and turn the fan on and off to see if it works. If no PST2 I do not see why you cannot jump the connector to the sensor with a piece of wire with the key on and see if the fan comes on. I would want to check with Peter first as I have not done this. Jeff

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