What would cause my temp gauge to float? One second its at normal temp then just drops a quarter if the way down then goes right back to normal.
Sounds like air, I had this issue 2 hours ago, with engine cold, open rad cap, and rev engine a few hundred RPMs higher than idle, hold it there till the temp gauge settle. Add coolant/water as needed Good luckYup, air bubbles or a possible broken sending unit wire are the most likely causes. :good:
awsome man. make sure it gets to full rrunning temp for a while. :good:Matt95GT said:Did this twice today and it is better now. Still floats a little but not nearly as much as it did.
Going to do it again tomorrow and see if that takes care of it. Hopefully it does.
Let it run like that for awhile with the cap offKenny laird said:I jacked the front if my car up high as i could and it seemed to help getn all the air out
I'll try jacking it up and see if it helps get that little bit out.Kenny laird said:I jacked the front if my car up high as i could and it seemed to help getn all the air out
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Let it run like that for awhile with the cap off