Full heat and open the windows and all that lovely heat just bellows out lol. Thats why i got bonnet lifters, paranoid about over heating. Got new water pump, thermo and cooling at 40k lolputting the heaters on full will reduce the temperature of the coolant, reducing the demand for the radiator fan, its a good way to keep going when your car starts to overheat
I 've changed my thermostat twice because it was stusk open. The first time temperature never reached 70 C and the second time it went up to 90-95 C. You should ask a garage the normal temperatures for your engine type and see if the thermostat works properly.and the engine normally runs at 80 ish, highest I've seen it is 84 with a little enthusiastic driving, but still no fans.
Z16XEP running normally at 108? Really? Mine would run at around 92 when I had it. Very rarely would it hit 100 :sus:It depends on the engine type.
On mine Z16XEP the coolant needs to go up to 112 or 113 for the fan to kick in. Then it drops to 105. It normally runs at 108 C.
Agree with this. My Z19DTH runs around the 83-84 mark most of the time... with that said though, I have seen mine his 137. It proceeded to then die approximately 30 seconds later :lol: Bloody radiator burstIf your derv is reaching 100 degrees regularly then I would look into reason why, my 15 months of owning the 1.9 and the fans have never kicked on, and the engine normally runs at 80 ish, highest I've seen it is 84 with a little enthusiastic driving, but still no fans.
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