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Old 03-21-2005, 07:18 AM   #1
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why does it read that my temp is -40.00c and the little "c" is blinking?
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why does it read that my temp is -40.00c and the little "c" is blinking?
My guess is that it is cold, and wanted to let you know.

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haha... umm, not in so. cal. My balls would have fallen off already.
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you're missing your temp gauge(located in drivers brake duct) thats my guess
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