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    Posted: May-10-2012 at 10:35pm
92 Ski Nautique
past problem - water temperature gauge needle would occassionally jump all the way to the right and "stick", a couple of loving taps on the gauge would "unstick the needle" bringing it back to the operating temperature.
current problem - water temperature gauge needle will jump to the right and "stick" as soon as the ignition is engaged, loving taps and/or anger taps will not "unstick" the needle. anyone out there that can advise?? the gauge is a VDO.
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If you need to replace the gauge, the only current option is a Faria guage from NautiqeParts.com (or others). It's basically the same thing, but it uses post connectors instead of spade connectors, so you'll have to do a little minor wiring.

But, the temp gauge operates on variable resistance to ground. I believe a peg to the right could mean that it's finding a direct path to ground.

Check out Skidim's Faq's: Look at both OVERHEATING and WATER TEMP SENDER:
http://www.skidim.com/Faq_TROUBLESHOOT.asp

It could also be the sender that is the issue.
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While not the same brand here are some trouble shooting tips which apply
69 Mustang HM SS
95 Nautique SS
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