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Old 08-30-2010, 06:35 PM   #1
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My car is always at about 205 degrees.. how can i lower the temps or is it supposed to run this hot?
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what year is your car ? try to install 160* thermostat and get it tune to make fan turn on early, but I would just leave everything the way its, if it not over heat, nothing to worried about heheh.
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Mine runs just under the 210 mark when it's warmed up
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My car is always at about 205 degrees.. how can i lower the temps or is it supposed to run this hot?
Enjoy life...your engine runs cool, especially in the summer.

But make sure you hook a scanner up to it sometime to see what your temps really are accordning to your temp guage. Then you will know the exact temp you're running at by looking at your temp guage.

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nice, i was just worrying for no reason, thank you all.. is a 160 degree stat worth it?
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