Q: my 95 Plymouth acclaim 3.0 the temp gauge not working but the check engine light is not on it don't seem like its over heating

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95 Plymouth acclaim the temp gauge not working but the check engine light is not on it don't seem like its over heating not sure if I should replace it or just put a after market gauge in

Hi there. If you replace the OEM gauge with an aftermarket part, it’s very likely that you’ll experience multiple negative side-effects. I would recommend replacing the damaged temperature gauge with OEM parts. However, it’s possible that the root of your issue is not the gauge, but a temperature sensor instead. You might want to replace both if you intend on keeping the vehicle for an extended period of time.

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