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Old 03-16-1999, 09:30 AM
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What should the water temp run at in a 1985 300D? Mine runs at about 60. Is this likely a bad thermostat?
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Old 03-16-1999, 10:35 PM
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THE NORMAL ENGINE COOLANT TEMPATURE ON YOUR CAR IS CONTROLLED BY THE THERMOSTAT.
THE ENGINE SHOULD HAVE A THERMOSTAT RATED AT 80 DEGREES C. BE CAREFUL WHEN THE ENGINE IS HOT, DONT REMOVE RADIATOR CAP UNTIL ENGINE COOLS DOWN!! REPLACEMENT OF THE THERMOSTAT ON YOUR CAR IS A FAIRLY SIMPLE TASK.
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