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    Default Water temp gauge points south

    When my kubota L2650 came out of the shop for a new clutch, I found the water temperature gauge needle was inoperative. Instead of being between HOT and COLD, the needle was out of the range of motion, pointing downward.

    The last thing I want to do is bring it back to these guys who redid my clutch to figure out what happened. All the connections appear tight.

    Any ideas?
    1995 Kubota L-2650-DT with Woods 1009 FEL

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    Default Re: Water temp gauge points south

    They may have started the tractor without the sensor hooked up, when you do this there's nothing to provide a "load" for the circuit. I did this with an '85 Chevy truck I owned, the dam*ed gas gauge never worked right after that.

    Sean

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