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Old 12-31-2013, 02:37 PM   #1
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97 V10 tempture class c

97 v 10 temp class c
have a 97 v 10 w/ scanguage use to read 198 al day. now once in awhile will see 200 but will go up & dn some of the time but never above 200 . 55k mi is this any concern or still in safe range. not sure when a/f was changed as brought used. seem like more often when going 65, at 60 less often

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Old 01-01-2014, 07:33 AM   #2
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Rick, Barbara:

The only thing happening more at 65 than 60 is the thermostat is working more often.

I would install a new thermostat and at the same time drain out the old antifreeze, flush the radiator and go back with new antifreeze.

Hope this helps, I am like you but sometimes you have to let the little things go.


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