Date: 15 Jul 1998 09:28:23 EDT
From: Christopher G. Petrilli <petrillinopsamkin.amber.org>
Subject: Re: 9000 CSE Turbo temp. gauge


marknopsamnet.au wrote: > > Last week I bought a '94 9000 CSE Turbo. I like it very much, but am a little > > concerned that the temperature gauge needle is travelling a little high > > sometimes. Usually while highway driving, the needle is about half-way or a > > little higher. After getting off the highway into city traffic, and idling, > > the needle sometimes climbs as high as a quarter inch from the red. I know > > that turbo's run a little hotter than non-turbos, but, does it sound like > > this car is running hotter than it should? > > > > -----== Posted via Deja News, The Leader in Internet Discussion ==----- > > http://www.dejanews.com/rg_mkgrp.xp Create Your Own Free Member Forum > > > my car does the same thing. I have a 95 9000 Aero, and mine was behaving similarly, to the extent of even cutting the A/C compressor because the car was nearing overheating. When I took it to the dealer, they said they couldn't reproduce it, but it was something they had seen "relatively frequently" (whatever that means) and they replaced a couple temperature sensors (2 I believe, I can get my bill of work if anyone wants), and it's back to normal. Apparantly, the fans weren't working properly and coming on when they should. Chris -- | Christopher Petrilli | petrillinopsamr.org

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