Has anyone here ever installed a temperture gauge on the 2.0 OHV motor? I have post in the performance section which seemed like the best possible choice at the time, but then I realized afterward all the newer cavliers and cobalts have temp gauges.
So I was wondering if any of the "old schoolers" know how to do this. I know there are two sensors in the thermostat housing. One is coolant temp switch (which is the one I think I can swap) and one is the temperature switch (which I'm assuming controls the fan). But I would rather hear a voice of experience!
And to my understanding the Upper sensor is the coolant temp and the lower sensor is the Temperture switch.
Any input would be grand. Thanks!
1987 Cavalier 2.0 OHV
-A work in progress, one step at a time-
------> Shaved antenna, 80's Trans Am wing, 90's Grand Am Fogs
------> Spray Bomb to a Gunmetal Gray
--->Custom CAI, 2.2 Header swap, crazy exhaust from previous owner
--->Soon to be sporting 195/65 R14 on Amercian racing rims