Sorry, not an answer, but another account. I have the same problem. It will read 50 degrees no matter what the temp is as its normal state. Sometimes though it will start to read accurately but seldom. I have also experianced negative readings and it'll drop 1 dgree at a time. When this happens, my air conditioning will start to blow warm. Then when ever it feels like it, severl minutes usually, it will start back up to 50 degrees and the cold air returns. It is driving me nuts! HELP! I finally took it to the dealer and it needed the Ambient Temperature Sensor needed changed. the part was under $4.00! To provide more clarification on this, as I just did it yesterday (12/3/2008), it takes maybe 2 minutes of time to change this part out and it cost me about $25 from a Chevy dealer. (Autozone wanted a couple bucks more for it) You will get a sensor and a bracket for it when you purchase it from a dealer, at least that is what my dealer had. Just take the sensor out of the bracket in order to install it and replace the the old one on your vehicle. There are 4 small push in style clips holding the sensor into the bracket. This is also the same way that the sensor will mount into the hole where it goes in your vehicle. To locate the area, go ahead and pop the hood, although you can see the sensor without doing this, you will need the hood up to disconnect the wires from the old sensor. It is just a plastic clip holding it on to the sensor so it is very easy to disconnect. Look through the front grill of the vehicle just to the right of the hood latch and you will see the tip of the sensor sticking out through a hole. You might be able to reach a finger through the grill to touch the sensor (near the top of the grill) or use a screwdriver to push it back out of the hole it is in. I unbolted the top cover over the grill, this is the topmost cover on the vehicle and has 2 bolts that can be unscrewed and I believe 3 plastic retaining pins holding it on. This made it easy to get to the sensor and unclip the wires from it. You should have no trouble putting the sensor back into the hole it came out of it. Takes longer to undo the cover than to actually change out the sensor.
Whichever scale is used they are always Degrees.
My temp indicator went crazy then always stayed at 50 degrees. Things still worked ok. The sensor is under the front hood mounted on the frame (follow the wire). it is an inexpensive dealer part ($5) and easy to replace .
The first units of heat (Fahrenheit and Celsius) were created based on the thermometer. Not the other way around. That way, the thermometer would always be accurate. The thermometer works by putting a specific amount of mercury (a strange metallic substance) inside a tube of a specific volume. When the thermometer is heated, the mercury expands, pushing itself up the tube. The mark that it reaches is measured and recorded in degrees.
if you are talking about the triangle rule as in angles, the triangle rule is that all the interior ( on the inside) angles always add up to 180 degrees. The exterior (on the outside) angles always add up to 360 degrees
Triangles are always 180º when the angles are added up. There is no inside angle verses and outside angle.
The disadvantages of forehead thermometer is thatit is not always accurate, and the screen cant be seen well after a while.
Approx. 30 minutes per pound (3.5 hours @ 225 degrees) I always turn the heat up to 275 degrees for the last 30 minutes to get crisper skin!) Check the internal thermometer after 3 hours of smoking) Always continue smoking until the internal temperature reaches 165 to 170 degrees!!!
In order for hedgehogs to survive, their cage temperatures have to be heated to at least 23.33 degrees Celsius (74 degrees Fahrenheit) and maintained between 23.88 and 24.44 degrees Celsius (75 and 76 degrees Fahrenheit). Lower temperatures may make hedgehogs try to go into hibernation. Cages always should have at least one thermometer, preferably two.
17 to 20 degrees is normal.you should always check dry bulb at return air and outside temp to determine the correct reading
You always should wear sun screen no matter the temperature even on cloudy days you can get affected by rays.
The general rule of thumb is 25 Minutes per Pound at 350 degrees. So that would be 4 hours and 15 minutes. Always use a Meat Thermometer to ensure the ham has reached 160 degrees.
No because it's always 360 degrees
The sum of the three interior angles inside a triangle is always 180 degrees.
The automotive rule is 25 degrees colder than the outside temperature but its always colder so on a hot day of around 90 degrees with the vehicle either out of the sun or running downthe road it should be around 42 to 47 degrees...........
990 degrees Fahrenheit = 532.2 degrees Celsius.
No, always 180 degrees.
It always depends on the country In England, it can vary between 5 & 20. (degrees Celsius) In Florida - 30-50 Canada it can be -10 to 10
Bees are always busy making honey but don't usually leave the colony if the outside temperature is below 7 degrees Celsius.
Most GM products, including the 2003 Trailblazer, take Dexron III transmission fluid. However, it is always a good idea to consult the owner or maintenance manual to be certain.
On all GM products it is almost always on the accumulator / receiver drier.
They both have 4 sides (excluding the inside and outside).The opposite sides of both shapes are parallel.The sum of all internal angles of both shapes is always 360 degrees.The sum of all external angles of both shapes is always 1080 degrees.they both have two sets of parallel lines
the degree of a right angle will always be 90 degrees.
No, it's not. A triangle is always 180 degrees.
The interior angles of any quadrilateral add up to 360 degrees.For quadrilaterals, 360 degrees total always, Triangles are always 180 degrees
there is a sensor inside the gas tank. if you have the GM dealer replace it.. its about $500.00.