So my temperature guage isn't working in the new XJ... I pulled the sending unit out of the old one and swapped it in...no dice. I know that unit is good becuase the guage worked fine in the old one. What else can I check? Is there a fuse for that? I assumed it had to be the sending unit.
Sorry, that was totally unclear. The "old one" is my '99 XJ that my wife drove into a tree. I'm sure the sending unit was good because the guage worked fine in that XJ. So when I put that sending unit into this one, it didn't work.
the harness and connector look great...no corrosion or issues that I can see.
1994 jeep cherokee, xj, 3" rough country springs / bilstein 5100's, 31" tires with trimmed fenders, aussie locked front diff, herculined ext, hella FF75 driving lights on factory fog location
[COLOR="Lime"]soon to be[/COLOR] 4.11 gear and and a ford 8.8 LSD rear and herc'd interior
I swapped the clusters and found out that the odometer reading is apparently stored in the cluster. I got the reading from the old jeep.. I want to swap the old motor (93k miles) into this jeep this summer, so I decided not to use that cluster...i'll swap it in when I do the motor and have an accurate reading on that motor. The temp guage did work though...
I put the original cluster back in and the temp guage magically worked on it too...loose connection apparently. Sweet.