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    Temp Gauge Sensor??

    The gage that shows temp on the console is not working, it never moves at all. I checked the fuses and it's not that because all the others are working. I checked the codes and it's saying "Temp. Gage Data Out of Range"

    Will replacing the temp sensor in the car fix this? I can buy one for like $20 but I want to make sure that this is the problem before I do that.

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    what car ?, 78 volvo ?

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    Gauge gets the temp reading from the ECT sensor via the PCM, so replacing it should make it work again - I'd check the sensor connector and wiring first before purchasing one.

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    yeah the connector looked fine to me, i got a new one for like $17 so i'm gonna hook it up in a little bit and hopefully that will do it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2001NBMZ28 View Post
    Gauge gets the temp reading from the ECT sensor via the PCM, so replacing it should make it work again - I'd check the sensor connector and wiring first before purchasing one.
    I replaced the sensor on the driver side, and it didn't change anything! The guage is still saying that the car is at like 110 degrees.

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    Time to look up the description/diagnostics for the code at gearchatter.com

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    where do i go on that site? never been to it before

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    www.gearchatter.com/viewforum35.php Click on the DTC code(s) it's throwing.

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    oh ok thanks.. yeah it was reading a p0410, p0412, and p0418. I read some where that those codes for GM translate into : "Temp Gage Data Out Of Range" .. which makes sense because my temp gage is not working.

    Do they translate like that or no?

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    Here's the code it translates to...

    B0566

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