What wrong with gas gauge when it gives false readings?
It is usually caused by a defective float mechanism in the gas tank. The float mechanism is what measures the gas level inside the tank.would a 2006 harley Davidson street glide have a float mechanism
When mine stopped working, I had to have the sending unit replaced. Unfortunately, to get to it you have to drop the gas tank, as it is located inside the tank. If you have a mechanic do the work, or you attempt it yourself, be sure you get the proper replacement. I think there are a couple that will fit, but the wrong one will give you false or wrong readings at the dashboard gauge.
It's not perfectly clear what you mean by "false readings." A polygraph test makes measurements of certain quantities. Assuming the equipment is working properly, these can't actually be "false", they are what they are. They may be invalid because it was hooked up wrong, or because the machine is not working right. The interpretation of the readings is done by a person, and it's certainly possible for that person to reach a false conclusion.
There could be several things wrong with the system that the thermostat gauge is connected to. You could check to see if the gauge is working correctly. If the gauge works fine, then it could be the housing that the thermostat is mounted to. It could also be a faulty bypass valve near the thermostat which prevents the engine from heating up. Check these places to see what may be wrong with your escort.
Repeated readings give more accurate results. The more readings you have, the less likely it will be that your average was effected and skewed by one part of the experiment (unless of course, you're reading the whole thing in the wrong way). In science you also do tests more than once and have a large amount of test subjects for the same reason.
How do you reset the fuel gauge in a 1998 Buick park avenue in the winter the battery had to be boosted and now the needle is behind the post at E?
What type of a wiring system if the voltage across the 2 hot wires is the same as the voltage of each hot wire when measured against the neutral wire?
The only way I can imagine getting these readings is if something is wrong with the circuit. If the circuit is off, then you get 0v on each of the readings, of course. In any case, if you are getting the readings as you describe, you have an electrical problem that will require a competent electrician to solve.