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I purchased a set of autometers about a year and half ago and the trans temp gauge has never worked. I have been lazy about it but I just bought a 38' 5er so I'm needing it to work now.do you guys or autometer have a warranty or any kind of support that might help me? Or am I just gonna have to buy a new one? Thanks, Ronnie

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Ronnie,
Unfortanetly their warranty is not that long....

what is wrong with it? i might have some new spare parts like a new probe and maybe even a new gauge laying around i can send you to see if it takes care of the problem...

what version is it?


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It pegs out like this within 10 min. everytime I drive the truck and it takes it a couple of hours to drop back down to 0.somebody told me a while back that I may have crushed the probe when I put it in but I checked that and it looked fine, so I'm thinking its the gauge itself. If I can remember correctly all of the gauges are grounded at the same place and the other gages work great so I wouldn't think that would be the problem?

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