These guys had a look and gave their opinions and not diagnostic results without even trying to do anything but you are holding them to be true. We are trying our best to find out the cause of the problem and yet you keep avoiding what we are requesting. If you are doubting our ability to help you then you are at the wrong place.
I never like to keep anything hanging and always try to get to the bottom of the problem until I come to a conclusion, which is near if you continue this way.
If there is anything that you do not understand you must ask and let us know. There is no point for us to tell you what to do and you keeping quiet. That is the cause of all this communiction problem.
We don't have the vehicle here so you are the one responsible for getting us the necessary information to carry on. We can't be dwelling on possibiloities without checking through them.
Pinched wires do not necessarily blow fuses but it would cause something to work wrong as there would be shorting and gauges etc would go out of range.
The other thing that can cause this is disconnected components, wire harnesses, broken wires and wrongly plugged in connectors.
You are confused because you are not listening. Forget everything that has occurred and we start all over from here.
I told you to test the temperature gauge which is a simple job. Find the sending unit wire and ground it. Turn ignition on and if gauge goes to max, the wiring for this circuit.
That is the first test you need to do and what we would start with.
Sunday, June 24th, 2012 AT 2:17 PM