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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-26-05, 02:47 AM Thread Starter
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XR6 Temperature Guage

Quick question to XR6 NA owners..

Where does your temperature guage sit most of the time ? Mine is about 2/3 towards the halfway mark between the second stroke and half-way stroke.. is this the normal place for the needle to sit under normal driving conditions with air con on and off ?

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Re: XR6 Temperature Guage

yer i spose. mine sits in same spot
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Re: XR6 Temperature Guage

1000,
Thats exactly where it should sit. We've owned 3 BA's - 2 XR6's and an SR sedan - and they all run at the exact same temp.
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Re: XR6 Temperature Guage

Thanks guys.

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Re: XR6 Temperature Guage

Yup. Mine too. In heavy stop start traffic it gets a bit higher (it's a manual), but never over half way.

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