I think he is concerned because the needle runs above the middle of the
temp guage. I was too, until the dealer assured me that that was very
normal and I proved it to myself by driving several other models and
they all ran above the middle of the temp guage. The new models don't
even have a temp guage....they replaced it with an analog clock.......a
step DOWN, in my opinion.
Dori A Schmetterling wrote:
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