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Old 03-02-2001, 12:18 PM
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You're not overheating

Ali hit the nail on the head. You are not overheating. I live in Florida and my 91 2.6 does exactly the same thing. When you are moving, you have the additional cooling of the moving air past your radiator. When you stop, you have less cooling. Increasing your rpm will increase your fan speed and coolant circulation. If you keep revving for a long time, or rev at high rpm, you will see your car get hotter. Your car is fine. Just make sure to flush it every year or two, and keep an eye on that temperature guage, just in case something were to fail. Good luck. Wayne Reynolds
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