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Old 03-28-2009, 01:18 PM   #1
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I just went through all threads started by Joe (Wow, you have many more than I thought!) and couldn't find the one about linnearizing the stock water temp gauge.

If anyone has the link or info about this, please post it.

BTW, I also checked past threads at m.net and in the Garage section there. No luck.

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Old 03-29-2009, 10:01 AM   #2
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Heh.

The design wasn't mine, but rather one created by the infamous Wallyman. Tragically, he was killed in a bizarre gardening accident several years ago, and the site he created vanished.

Presently, the closest I've found to the real thing is a copy of the page at the Internet Archive, which you can find here: Monte - MTGLP It's missing several pictures and most of the links don't work. I think I'm going to try to resurrect it someday if I can track down all the various missing pieces. For now however, this is the best we have.
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Thank you Joe. You're right, some pics are missing.

I hope one day you indeed tackle this. In the meantime, I'll make due with the Autometer one.
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Here you go:

Index of /miata/tempgauge (not mine)

The MHT files are Internet Explorer "archive" files (with photos embedded). They can be viewed in IE. There is one for each 90-93, 94-97, and 99-03. I have exported them as HTML and am currently in the process of trying to cross-reference, properly name, and link to the photos. I'm using the one Joe linked to as a template, since it has all the original picture filenames.
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Here you go:

Index of /miata/tempgauge (not mine)

The MHT files are Internet Explorer "archive" files (with photos embedded). They can be viewed in IE. There is one for each 90-93, 94-97, and 99-03. I have exported them as HTML and am currently in the process of trying to cross-reference, properly name, and link to the photos. I'm using the one Joe linked to as a template, since it has all the original picture filenames.
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