If you have a front wheel drive you have an electric fan and a lot of those have a thermostat circuit to kick on at 225. If that is the case, you must use antifreeze because it has a higher boiling point. GM's are good at that. Your water temperature shouldn't effect the oil pressure enough to even notice. Unless you have a cracked head or blown head gasket in either case you would see antifreeze in your oil. It would be a milky looking solution in your oil and on your dipstick but if that is happening it won't run long befroe it spins your main and rod bearing because whater and antifreeze aren't friendly to bearings.
The 195 degrees refers to the temperature that the thermostat opens at. Engines are more efficient when warm so the thermostat keeps the coolant flow shut off between your radiator and engine block until the coolant in the block gets 195 degrees. The thermostat opens and allows the hot coolant to go to the radiator for cooling off. When the coolant temp in the block goes below 195 it closes again. When you have gotten the whole system above 195 degrees the thermostat remains open. It has no relation to what temperature your engine runs at, once the thermostat is open it is a function of ambient air temp, radiator efficiency, fan speed etc.
A thermostat will start to open at 8 -10 degrees before its stated temperature and be fully open at 195 degrees.
What ever degree thermostat happens to be in there be it a 160, 180 or 195 degree t-stat.
Whatever degree the installed thermostat is. Typically 195 degrees if it has a 195 degree thermostat.
The normal operating temperature is always dependent on the thermostat in other words a 195 degree thermostat will give you near 195 degrees temperature anything different will be a problem with either the cooling system or the temperature gauge
It requires a 195 degree thermostat. It opens at 195 degrees and the temperature goes to 232 to 235 degrees. The cooling fan comes on and brings the temperature back down to 195 degrees.
I assume where it has a 195 degree thermostat that operating temp should be in that range 190-220
That engine requires a 195 degree thermostat in it.
It would have a 195 degree thermostat so it would be in that range.
The thermostat only opens when it reaches a set temperature. For instance a 195 degree thermostat opens at 195 degrees. Just install the thermostat, and do not mess with it. Install it spring down.The thermostat only opens when it reaches a set temperature. For instance a 195 degree thermostat opens at 195 degrees. Just install the thermostat, and do not mess with it. Install it spring down.
195 degree that's what factory uses. 195 degree that's what factory uses. 195 degree that's what factory uses. 195 degree that's what factory uses.
The 1998 Chevy Corvette cooling operating temperature limit is 210 degrees. The 1998 Chevrolet Corvette has an 195 degree thermostat.
What ever the thermostat is set for, probably 195 degrees.
It would have a 195 degree thermostat installed so take it from there.
It is designed to run best with a 195 degree F thermostat. If it doesn't reach operating temperature it may trip the check engine light.
That year engine requires a 195 degree thermostat due to the computer system/sensors. It is NORMAL for that engine temperature to run between 195 to 210 degrees depending on the seasons and how you are using it.
180 degree in the summer time and 195 degree in the winter time.
Most came with 195 F. thermostat.
What ever temperature the thermostat is designed for, probably 195 degrees F.
195 degrees F, + or - 5 degrees F with a 195 degree thermostat.
Thermostats range in temperature from 175-205 degrees. Choose a 195 degree thermostat and you'll be fine.
Probably a 195 (F) degree thermostat. That would be what the system is designed for.
between 195 and 220 for a stock thermostat
the factory installs a 195 deg thermostat the fans do not come on till 210 deg from 195 - 210 is your operating temp
The thermostat is a 195 deg F. Normal range is 190-215.