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Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Fair lawn NJ
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coolant gauge acting weird
Ok, after letting the truck sit for almost four hours in 50* air temp, I got in set the key to the glow plug position, and notice the coolant temp gauge is already reading midway in the normal position. Go to the movies and come out and start the truck, and the same thing. I will check in the morning after a trully cold start. I don't think its a thermastat or I would be overheating. EGT gauge is also reading everything as normal, maybe even a few degrees cooler, as the fall temp set in. What could be causing this? Bad sensor? Please help with some ideas. Thanks guys.
2004 F350 CC long bed 4x4
4" silverline turbo back, Airaid intake, Zoodad
2.5 skyjacker leveling kit with airbags in rear
Auto Meter pyro, boost, trans gauges
And one pretty red paintjob
"Is your truck broken???, No, it's stroking"