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Old 06-03-2015, 05:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi car experts,

I own a Suzuki scrum van.


I would like to ask if what/where to check if the Engine Temp Gauge - Not working.

After doing engine wash my gauge is not working. Maybe car wash guys unplugged something.

Need Help.

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Welcome to the forum.
It could well be just a wire off the sensor.
Could you give the year and engine size , so we can hopefully give more info.
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Greetings! What country do you live in? UK, and Philippine, and Australia scrums are all different.

Turn your ignition switch until red idiot lights come on, but do not start.
Is the dial moving?
Do you have a red engine light?
The temp sensor is normally on the radiator, IF it is a F6 motor (3 cylinder)
Check the fuse.
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Hello Experts,

Thanks for immediate reply. Did not see that coming

I have Scrum F6A engine.

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As i follow your instruction, the dial moved like 2 millimeters, Not even noticeable if you will not look closely.

I don't have red lights (check engine) errors.
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Greetings!
You have misunderstood I think.
Turn ignition switch to first position, just short of start. There are several symbol lights that should come on. one is a motor shaped light. Is that on?
Do you have water/coolant in radiator?
Drain and flush if you have lights, and gage moves slightly. Use a flush treatment. Dirty probe can cause this.
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