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Old 27 Dec 2010, 03:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Water temp Gauge

Hi all,
About a few months ago I joined my wife in buying a Sub. Bought a 2010 Impreze Outback Sport. Almost didn't because it lacked a water temp gauge!! Only has an idiot light. I see on ebay there are aftermarket electronic water temp gauges that claim to be good for Impreza.

Any advice on what to get, how messy to install, can I just wire to current sensor? Or do you all suggest just go idiot. I have not had a car without a temp gauge in a long time and it seems dumb. Nice to see that all is well, and not have to find out only when the temp has gone up to some unknown level. When the head gasket went on my wife's Legact 2.5 at 60K miles was good o have the temp gauge to be able to know what was up. Of course would have been better not to haver the head gasket go at even lower mileage that the old Foed 3.6L V6!!

Thanks and Happy Holidays to all.

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