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    Question Outside temp gauge stuck at 56. Help!

    The outside temperature gauge on my STI is stuck at 56 degrees. Any ideas what is wrong or how to fix it?
    2004 WR Blue STi
    Wingectomy
    18" Gram Lights 57F
    Injen CAI
    Prodrive STI springs
    APS 3" TBE
    Ecutek
    306 whp/ 318 lb/ft torque

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    Uh...maybe drive somewhere hotter or colder...DUH.

    Geez.
    2005 STi Stage 2 n other stuff.

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    Ah...so helpful,

    I found the sensor and checked the connection, which was loose. Works great now! Back up to 76 where it should be. Sorry, east coasters.
    2004 WR Blue STi
    Wingectomy
    18" Gram Lights 57F
    Injen CAI
    Prodrive STI springs
    APS 3" TBE
    Ecutek
    306 whp/ 318 lb/ft torque

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    Sorry, east coasters.
    Why be sorry? I've got snow coming my way! http://image.weather.com/web/radar/u...edium_usen.jpg
    It'll suck tommorow when it's a high of 9* and I have to go work on a back up power system on a hospital roof!

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