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re: Evans (zero pressure) coolant
two thoughts occur to me... still sizing up what seems to be something I
want to do.
1. If the coolant gauge is pegged, because in the engine the coolant is
hotter, will the heater work better? (a big plus here in the NE USA)
2. Is it possible to obtain a different coolant temp sender (or gauge)
that will put the operating temp in the middle of the scale?
>From what brian said, the coolant is hotter in the engine, but the metal
is cooler, then I assume the coolant gets cooler than normal AF in the
radiator due to better heat transfer... Am I correct? What role does
the thermostat play in this?