Re: Temp gauge problem!
I suspect the 212° readings are incorrect as they would indicate 260°/peg the gauge.
You might want to borrow/rent/buy a better digital multimeter or buy an assortment of known resistors from Radio Shack and compare the DMM readings to the actual resistance measured.
Also, you might pick up a 1/2 watt or better, 0-1K, or 0-2500, or 0-5K potentiometer and sub in the pot for the sender to get an idea of the resistance needed for gauge to indicate the degrees.
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