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Old 03-24-2020, 03:33 PM
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Guys I have a 2016 Spyder and while at the shop for some radiator fan replacements, the tech stated my gauge cluster is bad. Although I never had any issue prior, he’s stating that the ECU is registering in Fahrenheit but the gauge is reading Celsius which is causing the car to think it’s overheating. He claims he reflashed the gauge and it didn’t correct. Has anyone ever ran into any issues like this? Any help would be great, and Thank you.
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Old 03-25-2020, 12:14 AM
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Someone said if you disconnect the battery for a few minutes and then reconnect it that will reboot your electronics. Maybe ask your mechanic if it’s worth a try. Doing so might deprogram you key fob.
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Guys I have a 2016 Spyder and while at the shop for some radiator fan replacements, the tech stated my gauge cluster is bad. Although I never had any issue prior, heís stating that the ECU is registering in Fahrenheit but the gauge is reading Celsius which is causing the car to think itís overheating. He claims he reflashed the gauge and it didnít correct. Has anyone ever ran into any issues like this? Any help would be great, and Thank you.
Nothing on the Huracan is in Fahrenheit and I don't know why it would be. The gauge is Celsius, the pressures are in bar not PSI. I'm not sure what the shop is saying??? Is this the dealer? Why would the ECU be in Fahrenheit? Unless you flashed it. Even then why change it???
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