How to get my temperasure guage and gas Guage working

Asked by Sep 22, 2016 at 08:15 AM about the 2003 Chevrolet Malibu LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I replace a radiator,temperature sending
sensor,thermostat and now my gas or my
temperature Guage is not wrkin. .wathe I need to
do

8 Answers

18,605

Check all fuses under hood & dash.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

All fuses is gud

18,605

Was the temp gauge working before replacing the temp sensor? If so why was it replaced?

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Yes it was wrkin..I replace it cause the fans wasn't wrkin. .and how I know it was the sensor because once I unplug it my fans would cum on and once plug bk up the fans would wrk for abt 3 mins and cut off

18,605

Under the hood locate the main fuse block. Pull the cover off. check those fuses very wheel as this is the only place they (temp & Fuel ) gauge connect with each other, I know yours is the 2003 but in a 1999 model it is a 10 amp fuse & number #37 in block but yours may be another amp fuse & a different place, so check all,

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Check every fuse all fuses are gud. ..could it be in my ignition switch. .or I notice the Hazzard light button is bad in my car and need replacing could that be the problem

18,605

Fix the hazard light button and see if it does anything. The only information I can find is that those two gauges share a fuse in the fuse block. I would take a know good fuse and go threw the entire fuse blocks both blocks and pull each out and put the know good one in and to the next on and on until all fuses have been confirmed.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Ok will try thanks. .

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