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Old 02-28-2017
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Thanks. When I get home I will double check the sender. To explain , when we bought the coach the wire to the sender was taped off and the gauge was not working. I hooked it up and it basically pegged to maximum. The motor had been replaced 12000 miles before and I assume the wrong sender was used. I read posts on this and if memory serves I purchased SW sender with the correct ohm ratings according to what was written. When it was hooked up it it reads low like 120 degrees when at running temp. My limited mentality tells me that pegging the gauge probably damaged the gauge.
John Alley
Hood River, Oregon
1992 Wanderlodge 36SP

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