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Hi, has anyone any ideas on why my internal thermometer is reading at 60 degrees. Any ideas on how to fix this ?

not had any work done on the car, it was just showing this temp when turned car on today.  
Thanks. 

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I'm assuming you mean the ambient air temp? which is actually the outside temperature measured from a sensor located behind the front bumper. Is the reading high all the time? Even when the engine is cold? The sensor is positioned close to the radiator so will give a false reading if it starts touching it.

Otherwise I'd guess at a bad sensor

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Is that 60C or 60F, your settings haven't somehow got changed to Fahrenheit ? just a thought as 60F is about 16C which in my part of the world is todays temp

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Thanks everyone. Heres a pic of the temp in talking about.  Engine is normal/cold and not noticed anything else. 

701AC113-5C93-4493-8E16-0A2BA26CBB09.jpeg

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I would say looking at that, you have a faulty temprature sensor. An easy fix but a little difficult to reach as its mounted behind the front bumper, just uplugs and replacment plugs in without any drama

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