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RPMs Go Up, Temperature Goes... Down?

Temperature Cold RPM Gauge Down

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#51 amhawks


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 05:24 PM

Ahh, that makes sense (and makes me feel potentially better about my situation).  I thought/think I am in the HG nightmare right now, but I ran mine up a pretty good pass (over the Blue Mountains on I-84 out of Pendleton, Oregon) and it ran just fine on the temps.  It heats up just a bit (to 105 deg C) when I am on the flat terrain.  I just started a new thread regarding this issue.  

Reporting mine was the t-stat too (aftermarket garbage) not a subbie.  By the genuine part for the t-stat…..

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