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Old 09-08-2005, 10:16 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Ol' Timer
What about the Low Tech Solution? Check/Replace the Thermostat. Check the Water Pump Although my guess is that your mechanic checked those already. Just a thought.

What is the best thermostat for keeping a low temp? Yunno, 180 deg, or lower?
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Don't go any lower than the 180 Thermo. And remember, that in the dead of Winter it will take longer to warm things up in the car. But in your case the 180 is worth a shot.
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