My temperature gauge is pegged at zero & doesn't move, what is causing problem? on 2000 Buick Park Avenue

It was working well before I took it to a shop for an analysis of the "service engine soon" light. Could they have caused the problem during their evaluation? Later I took it in again and they said the instrument cluster needed to be rebuilt and they will have it done but the cost will be almost $400---don't have the money!

by in Hayward, CA on April 10, 2012
3 answers
ANSWER by on April 11, 2012
Very unlikely they could have caused this failure. If have doubts take it to another shop for diagnosis and opinion.
ANSWER by on April 11, 2012
Make the wire didn't come off the sensor under the hood.
ANSWER by on December 21, 2013
I had the same problem with my gas gauge after i had the battery replaced. All i did was get a magnet and hold it close to the needle and turn counter clockwise and it worked perfectly after that.

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