Temp Gauge/Warning light 90q
ldc007usa at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 7 14:04:06 EDT 2006
I may not have expressed in the best way, but the
bottom line is, as per set up in the VW Quantum
Syncro, which shares the same set up and drive train
as the 4KQ, if your thermostat is stuck open or do not
have a thermostat in place all together, the car will
tend to run on the hotter side of the gauge.
And if in stop and go traffic, like we get here in
say, the Palmetto Expressway (FL) in a hot, humid
afternoon with 95*F, the fan will be running mad and
still, the car would be running very hot. All cooling
systems in working order, except for the exception
don't have a
--- cobram at juno.com wrote:
> L DC <ldc007usa at yahoo.com> writes:
> > normal after warm up. In fact, car might start to
> > overheat instead if in stop and go traffic since
> > won't allow for radiator to cool down H2O as this
> > circulates non stop.
> This statement makes absolutely no sense.
> Screws fall out all the time, the world is an
> imperfect place.
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