It should be on the firewall behind the dash in a place essentially
inaccesable by most humans of normal size! Now my temp gauge always reads
about half between cold and normal in the winter, and rarley approaches
normal in the summer unless I am idealing at a stop light for a bit.
Safety Fast !!!
Ross Overcash, 74B, NAMGBR 2-1172, Ayer MA
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> Behalf Of Bob MGT
> Sent: Friday, December 26, 1997 2:48 PM
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> Subject: Where is the Bi-metal instrument voltage stabilizer?
> My temperature gauge reads consistently low (never gets higher than half
> between cold and normal). So I thought I would check the infamous bi-metal
> instrument voltage stabilizer that I've heard so much about. Can someone
> me where it is? BTW, I've got a brand new thermostat that was tested and
> to be right on the nose at 190 deg. If the voltage stabilizer is bad, I've
> a three terminal 10V regulator IC I could use to replace it.
> Bob Donahue (Still stuck in the '50s)
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> 52 MGTD - under DIY restoration NEMGTR #11470
> 71 MGB - AMGBA #96-12029, NAMGBR #7-3336