Re: buffered coolant temp guage

Sudden overheating problems are usually caused by things like a fan belt breaking or loss of coolant. And you have warning lights for both of these. My 'other' car has a normal temperature gauge which when hot reads between 85 and 100C. So that's its normal range. Can't see a problem if a computer monitors this and keeps the gauge central while within this range.
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Dave Plowman London SW
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