What Causes a Car's Temperature Gauge to Increase?

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A car's temperature gauge may increase as a result of a broken water pump, cracked radiator or broken gauge. Although some of the causes may be apparent, sometimes it is a little difficult to identify the cause. The radiator which uses coolant, when broken, becomes inefficient.
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