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Date: Mon, 04 May 1998 22:52:02 -0600
From: Rick and Lorie Mieras <>
Subject: Re: '84 90GLi Heating problem?

Thomas Petersen wrote: > > Hi, > > Just got an '84 900Gli in exchange for my '78 99L, but there seems to > be one problem. When running the car at speeds above 110KMh, the eng. > temp rises to just below the red area. When running at lower speeds > the temperatur stays well below. Actually horizontal..... > > It haven't reached the red area yet, but I am concerned anyway. > > There seem to be a problem just like my old 99, when running at low > speed to (rush-hour). > > Anyway, is the solution to change the temp. sensor or?? (the fan works > ok.) > -- > Mvh. Thomas Petersen AKA Lawnmoverman,, ICQ 5357991 > Please do NOT edit return address when ansvering by email Chances are it's nor your sending unit or guage. Check for trapped air in cooling system, restrictions in the airflow through your rad, partially stuck thermostat....mine used to overheat if I put more than 50% antifreeze in the cooling system, when the owner's manual says 50% it MEANS 50%!!! See if your heater will produce warm air, if you have no heat you also have no circulating coolant.

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