Yes, I searched a lot, some details missing, or not clear. This is for my 1993 LX 1.9 SW. This has been my daily driver for approx 9 years. This is about my FIFTH 1.9 Escort, all 5 speeds and never had a problem with the Temp Gauge. I see posts galore about the variation in "normal" indication on the face of the gauge, and yes, mine varied car to car too, but always a reasonable indication. But THIS 1993 is reading HIGH HIGH HIGH, sometimes WAAAY PAST HOT. but not boiling, nor heating up. I had a mechanic test temps with infrared, and said gauge is not accurate, but the fans come on at reasonable temps. Yes, I replaced the temp sensor/sender, and gauge does the same thing. I'd like more accurate indication, so am willing to buy an aftermarket gauge. I see others did that too, but it leaves some questions unanswered. The "new" sensor that comes with the gauge is longer than our "receptacle" will accommodate. Is there an electronic gauge that somebody has that can use the existing single wire? For now, pretend that I don't care if it's on the driver side windshield post, on the dash, in the cupholder or LAYING on the PASSENGER SEAT. I just want to know if there's one that you folks have used that will meet this criteria? Or if it comes with a new sensor, will it fit in the existing threaded connection?