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dohyatt is 100% correct... please check other threads reguarding "overheating" issues and you will see comments from within GM saying not to worry because they indeed run hotter.dohyatt said:theres nothing wrong with 200 plus temps all latemodel cars run around 210 220
Mine pegged waiting on a train. Using info from this site - I took it in and told them to check the second fan. Service guy call me and said "how did you know that? The second fan is out".... Seems to be a somewhat frequent problem.subman576 said:I sat in stop and go for about two hours last week and watched it go up and down. I use to turn on the heater to help the problem but I decided to just watch what it did. What I saw was at 220 the fan came on and drove it down to 195 and shut down. I watched it over and over and it never over heated. Us old guys are not use to these kind of temps on and engine so it is hard for us to go along with. Every thing I have read says it is normal. I have a 100K bumper to bumper warranty so I will give it a chance. I have nothing to loose. :cool :cool
Boosted said:New t-stat from TYBRN is in and installed... Nice and cool on the gauge and with the addition of the Predator I can adjust the fans to keep it that way...
All is good now...