At normal load -cruising at say 120 KM/Hr at normal temperatures, the oil
temp equals the water temp (90 celcius)
since it is heated and cooled by the water. At heavy laod or high temps, it
should read up to 130 or higher.
Why? I corrected him... I fixed his mistake... I answered his
question... I can send you to a few other groups where that kind of
reply would have gotten me flamed as being much too nice!
So, hell, I'll try again:
If you can find it in your good heart, please bottom post from now on.
It makes following the posts and replies easier, and is the NNTP
convention. If you have that crappy MSFT product, you have my great
sympathies, and if you wish I can help you get a much better news
reader program... And, again I appologize for having to tell you this,
since apparently MSFT has informed you that top posting is the way to
Again, so sorry,
(OK, now do you feel better?)
Might be. I still would imagine that if you drive over 100 km/h during
summer for e.g. one hour, the oil temp should reach the 90 at least, which
is the coolant temperature level. Does your coolant temp reach the 90
degrees of Celsius? If it does, you should not worry about the oil temp. If
the coolant temp does not reach 90 degrees Celcius, your thermostat may be
faulty and does not close properly.
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