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Running Warm - No Problem
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Still well in the Normal Temperature range.
Typical Datsun 1200
See Temperature in the owner's manual.

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Posted: 2013/1/22 2:59  Updated: 2013/1/22 2:59
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/7/19
From: sydney australia
Posts: 1857
 Re: Running Warm - No Problem
Wouldn't be a problem UNLESS the engine never gets this high, even on the hottest day. It's then a warning of an abnormal situation. On the 18th Jan 2013, when Sydney hit its record temps, this is about where my Sunny ran on the way home, through 45 degree celsius temps. It was so hot the slurpee machine at the 7-11 wouldn't freeze the slush. Good thing I'd adjusted the timing from 0 degrees to 12 degrees advance the day before.

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Posted: 2009/5/25 9:08  Updated: 2009/5/25 9:08
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/3/7
From: Look who's back in town
Posts: 14015
 Re: Running Warm - No Problem
thats about where mine sits too on the factory gauge, only 180f on the after market one

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Posted: 2013/1/21 0:05  Updated: 2013/1/21 0:05
Home away from home
Joined: 2010/8/11
From: Kelmscott Western Australia
Posts: 640
 Re: Running Warm - No Problem
Mine only does that when its drove on the highway and i turned it off for 10 minutes and start it up again but it drops back to half when im driving again

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Posted: 2013/1/21 2:41  Updated: 2013/1/21 2:41
Joined: 2001/5/3
From: Hawaii, USA
Posts: 30839
 Re: Running Warm - No Problem
No worries. The engine can run well at 200 degrees.