neil morse Posted February 5 Share Posted February 5 10 hours ago, deac said: It doesn't sound like a fun job replacing it either. No, it's not a fun job! Getting the instrument panel off and the gauge out is a major undertaking. Then you have the problem of getting the temperature sensor out of the block, which is often difficult because they tend to get stuck. NOS gauges sometimes come up on Ebay. I was able to find one for my '41 (same part as for your '40.) I saw one about a month ago on Ebay, but I just checked and it's no longer there. If you can get the original gauge out without further damage to the capillary tube and sensor, it is probably repairable. But given the uncertainty, you would be much better off having a replacement in hand before attempting the removal of the existing one. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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