Why is my 1994 Nissan Quest dash temp gauge pegged to hot but engine does not appear to be overheating?
Check your Coolant levels. In most cases this indicates air in the Coolant system. Often you will get no heat from the heater to go with this problem. There is a bleeder located on top of the intake manifold which is the highest point in the cooling system which allows the system to be be bled of air.
Another way is to raise the front wheels or park the van up hill both which raise the rad height. Remove the cap when cold and run the engine until all the bubbles stop. Keep topping up the fluid.
What if the temp gauge on 98 Ford Contour SE is pegged on red What if the engine is no hotter than normal you changed the thermostat thinking that would do it Bad sensor somewhere maybe?
A bad sensor gives an inaccurate reading of the temperature of the critical antifreeze/coolant in an auto/truck engine. The sensor sends a message to the gauge and may "show" no reading or it may show a "Pegged hot reading". If the gauge doesn't show any change from the time you start the engine through the first 5 minutes of operation it is likely bad. there may or may not be overheating happening, most engines run…
Open the gun up fully. There should be an orange piece (barrel,plunger,ar, and the spring.) Take apart barrel fully there is a three pegged piece, spring, and 1 pegged piece. throw out spring, 3 pegged. cut the peg off the 1 pegged piece throw away the peg and put the piece back in. put back together.
no, no transistor either, or even a vacuum tube. there was no electronics at all. no electric lights, motors, or generators. his analytical engine "computer" was an enormous system of mechanical gears, levers, cams, pegged drums, sliding rods, etc. all to be powered by a similarly large steam engine, like ran most factories of his time.
Is the oil pressure gauge on a 1991 Mercedes 190E supposed to be pegged at 3 instead of in the middle of the gauge at 1.5?
i have a 1993 190E - my oil pressure gauge always sits on 3. ==New Answer Haedline == The oil pressure gauge actually moves but is related to several factors Engine Temprature Oil viscosity Engine speed. When you start you car the engine temperature is low the gauge goes to 3, after a long drive/travel and if your temp gets to 80C then with an engine speed of 750-800 RPM you oil pressure gauge will…