I agree. I have 2 or 3 temp guages and senders on the shelf.
They all read a little differently from each other. Our non-
precision voltage stabilizers compound the variances even more.
One_of_these_daze I'm going to electrically characterize the
Where did Huxley's guage run in the cool NorthWest? Do you
have the full width radiator? I have a Kenlowe electric fan,
but it's hanging on the garage wall. Doesn't seem to affect
the car's temperature much in that mode, but uses little power :-)
Joe Curry wrote:
> I guess this proves that all temperature gauges (or senders) are not
> created equal. I thought I would have trouble cooling Huxley down after
> moving to the desert. But much to my surprise, the gauge sits at about
> 1/8" to the left of the Normal Range (Jaeger gauge). The only time I
> have to turn on the electric fan is when I sit in traffic for an
> extended period of time and the sun is beating down.
Bob (& Spitfires)