Thought that's what I said. Oh well. Anyways..
I switched the sensors out again, tested before and got 1.91. After running the car the resistance dropped to 0.64, which should indicate that the gauge should rise. However it doesn't still. I'm stifled. Quite honestly. I know the right wire is plugged in on the right blade. The one that has voltage coming to it should be on the gauge blade correct?
The other has no voltage so I assume that when it gets "oh **** hot" that it opens the sensor and sends voltage through to the light.
The gauge worked properly before I put the wires back together. But all i did was put real connections on them instead of twist n tape. So I don't see how it could be in the wiring panel wise. And as i stated previously, the gauge does jump up to almost 100 as per normal when I turn the ignition. Any ideas? Am I just overlooking something?
By the wah, the wire that goes to the gauge is showing 12.5 volts, is that normal or high?
[This message has been edited by EvilSqueezles (edited 09-04-2013).]