Well, my rover has been overheating these past few months, or at least it was indicating it. Today I want to get the a/c recharged for the 3rd time in 3 months (this time putting some dye in there to track the leak). While driving I noticed the temp gauge was past center indicating it was hot. It would do this off and on. It would usually indicate it while as soon as I touched the brakes and started to slow down. It was amplified when the a/c is on but, does not usually do it. I think I have finally figured it out though. Today I got home and turned it off with the gauge almost in the red but not quite. For the heck of it, I decided well lets put the key in the on position. So I did, and the gauge went exactly to the center position. When I started it again and engaged the a/c, about 4 seconds later it moved back to where it was before, indicating the rover was running hot. This problem had puzzled me forever because it would indicate that it was overheating only during specific times that usually made sense. Thankfully I know that it is a short and I can stop scratching my head. I will be trying that kit on Atlantic British that converts the temp sensor so there is no interference. Has anyone used the kit before?