Beretta L4-121 2.0L (1987)
Temperature Warning Lamp/Indicator: Description and Operation
If the red light is not lit when the engine is being cranked, check for a burned out bulb, an open in the light circuit, or a defective ignition switch.
If the red light is lit when the engine is running, check the wiring between light and switch for a ground, temperature switch defective, or overheated
cooling system. As a test circuit to check whether the red bulb is functioning properly, a wire which is connected to the ground terminal of the ignition
switch is tapped into its circuit. When the ignition is in the start (engine cranking) position, the ground terminal is grounded inside the switch and the red
bulb will be lit. When the engine is started and the ignition switch is in the on position, the test circuit is opened and the bulb is then controlled by the