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- Jun 1, 2015
I don’t even have a light of doom. No sender, no light, no gauge. May need to add something small and unobtrusive…"So it must be the thermostat that causes the overheating."
Are you relying on the big red light of doom?
If you are, check the sender first. Mine closed at 85C, not very useful with an 82C thermostat. My new sender closes at 105C.