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Thread: Repairing intermittent water temp and fuel gauges (80/90/100)

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    Default Digital Clock globe

    There is a globe dehind the digital clock. I just had the car serviced by Audcare at Artarmon and they replaced the globe.
    1994 Audi 80 2.6E

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    Default Re: Digital Clock globe

    Quote Originally Posted by dtulloh
    There is a globe dehind the digital clock. I just had the car serviced by Audcare at Artarmon and they replaced the globe.
    do i have to take the instrument cluster out?

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    Can't say 100% but I think yes -you'll need to take the instrument panel out. The repairer had mine out because he was also replacing the ignition switch.
    1994 Audi 80 2.6E

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    Hate to thread revive!

    But I just picked up a 94 B4 today, where the temperature sensor permanently sits on the minimum and the fuel gauge kept going between empty, half and quarterish.
    I am suspect to both being bad contacts, I know my old 91 B3 had the same problem and i never know how to fix it!

    I will be looking at this tomorrow anyway, thanks!

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