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Old 11-09-2004, 22:54   #1 (permalink)
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N O R M A L, temps?

hiya,

on my EL temp guage can anyone tell me what temp corresponds to each of the N O R M A L letters?

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Re: N O R M A L, temps?

yep...between A and L is roughly 85C. 95C is up around the M
other than taht...no idea. Normal temperature is 85-90 C
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yep...between A and L is roughly 85C. 95C is up around the M
other than taht...no idea. Normal temperature is 85-90 C
heh, isn't that a bit of a contradiction? M being normal but all of normal is normal if you read the gauge?


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yeah...but i normally sits between m and l somewhere...usually just on a...and i;ve had the odometer in a different mode telling me its about 87 degrees...so thats about where it should be...
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hm.. the digital display can show temperature?

tell me how please

how how how? :)
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