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Old 06-14-2005, 14:01   #1 (permalink)
badazponydrvr
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Running hot after Mac cold air install

Since I have installed my Mac cold air intake, I have been running
substantially higher temperatures. My factory guage reads normal, but
my auto meter water temp, reads around 240 constantly when running on
the highway with no A/C or any other contributing systems. I know my
way around the garage, but I just haven't had enough time to do a whole
lot of research, on the subject. My coolant levels are fine, and
everything seems oK, I was just curious if this is a normal reaction
when a cold air is installed due to the increased combustion with the
colder air.

Thanks,

Dan

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Old 06-15-2005, 01:01   #2 (permalink)
Ashton Crusher
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Re: Running hot after Mac cold air install

On 14 Jun 2005 12:28:07 -0700, "badazponydrvr"
<daniel@pcappliancerepair.com> wrote:

>Since I have installed my Mac cold air intake, I have been running
>substantially higher temperatures. My factory guage reads normal, but
>my auto meter water temp, reads around 240 constantly when running on
>the highway with no A/C or any other contributing systems. I know my
>way around the garage, but I just haven't had enough time to do a whole
>lot of research, on the subject. My coolant levels are fine, and
>everything seems oK, I was just curious if this is a normal reaction
>when a cold air is installed due to the increased combustion with the
>colder air.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Dan


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