Did you know just how secure your vehicle engine is from overheating? You have to be checking out the actual temperature range thru your coolant temperature gauge, except if this particular info-device is giving you the improper indication. To test, shut off the ignition and turn it on, it ought to get back to zero. The Volkswagen Golf coolant temperature sensor is accountable to gauging the actual temperature of an engine through the coolant; it must be serviced and replaced as advised in your vehicle guide.
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