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EVIC temperatures

i have noticed recently my temperatures changed after coming to a stop my temps go up coolant goes up to 228 before was 203,,,oil goes up to 215 was 203 as well fan goes on high speed but not as much as before raditor is full,reservoir is above full,, im thinking its the fan ,any ideas? dealer is no help.
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Re: EVIC temperatures

I think it is quite normal. When you are moving, air is flowing thru the radiator resulting in cooler temperatures.

I have noticed that when I driving in the mountains, going uphill, the temperature gets higher but when going downhill, there is not much load on engine, the temperature falls down.

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Re: EVIC temperatures

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I think it is quite normal. When you are moving, air is flowing thru the radiator resulting in cooler temperatures.

I have noticed that when I driving in the mountains, going uphill, the temperature gets higher but when going downhill, there is not much load on engine, the temperature falls down.

Cheers,
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how about the oil temperature mine does not react to the radiator temp
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